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ZAR 10400
POWDER COATED SURFACES
Powder coating is a generally hard-wearing surface coating; it can however chip if dropped or knocked and anything sharp or rough can scratch it. Certain chemicals can damage a powder coated surface. Follow care instructions to protect this finish.
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Detailed instructions

Soak a soft cloth in lukewarm water mixed with a small concentration of pH-neutral detergent such as dishwashing liquid. Wipe dry afterwards.

Avoid using chemical, polish or oil treatments on furniture as they could damage or mark the surface.

Solvents such as nail polish remover or turpentine will damage the surface.

Don't use detergent containing ammonia or bleach. Don't use Handy Andy.

Use a soft cloth; don't use abrasive cleaning materials such as scouring pads.

Products are intended for interior use only, unless specified.

Prolonged exposure to moisture could affect the surface finish, especially if the powder coating has been damaged.
MIRROR
Tips on glass cleaning and maintenance.
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Clean with glass or mirror cleaner and a soft cloth. Never use a scourer.

Take care not to use any glass / mirror cleaning product on a powder coated surface.

Anything sharp or rough can scratch the mirror surface.
CONCRETE
This is a sturdy, relatively low-maintenance material.
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Dust regularly.

Soak a soft cloth in lukewarm water mixed with a small concentration of pH-neutral detergent (e.g. dishwashing liquid). Wipe dry afterwards.

Although sealed, concrete is still porous and might get stained by oils or liquids containing strong pigments.

The colour of concrete can change over time depending on environmental conditions.

Concrete with pigments cast into it can rub off onto hands and clothes – take care when moving these items. Wash hands with mild soap. Launder clothing immediately if pigment is transferred.
HEAVY FURNITURE
Have friends with strong backs available.
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Never drag the furniture over the floor surface.

Use old blankets to protect the floor.

If the furniture is tall or wide tip it at an angle so one person or more can carry the top end and the other(s) the bottom end.