As different woods and materials are finished differently, understanding them helps you to choose the best maintenance and care products for your furniture, extending their lifetime and keeping them looking beautiful in time to come.

 
 

AMERICAN BLACK WALNUT (WAX FINISH)

Benefits:
- Brings out the natural characteristics of wood (visual appeal)
- Can be repaired by sanding down and re-waxing the surface

Care:
- Apply beeswax every 3-6 months to sustain the luster
- Avoid placing hot objects directly on the surface
- Wipe away spills to avoid staining

 
 

AMERICAN WHITE OAK (PU FINISH)

Benefits:
- Hardy finish resistant to scratches and water damage
- Very easy to maintain
Care:
- Wipe away spills to avoid staining
- Avoid placing hot objects directly on the surface
- Avoid sudden shocks which can cause the surface to crack

 
 

GENUINE LEATHER

Benefits:
- Very durable (last 3 times longer than faux leather)
- Breathable (allows air and moisture to permeate surface resulting in better comfort)
- Ages well and develops natural luster over time
Care:
- Clean and condition using leather wipes or creams every 3-6 months
- Wipe away spills as soon as possible to avoid staining

 
 

FAUX LEATHER (PVC OR PU)

Benefits:
- More affordable than genuine leather
- Relatively low maintenance
- Consistent color and texture
Care:
- Clean and condition using leather wipes or creams every 3-6 months
- Use a damp cloth to remove dust or grime
- Avoid using harsh cleaners and exposure to direct sunlight