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Mirror cleaning tips
Use window cleaner first if you have dirt or splashes on your mirror. If this does not help, use a razor blade
or "Svinto" steel wool. (NB: steel wool only, not Scotch Brite or similar). The glass will not be scratched by either
a razor blade or steel wool.
Cleaning tips for painted surfaces
Clean with a mild, household detergent. NEVER use scouring cream or powder, steel wool or
similar products containing abrasives or ammonia.
Cleaning tips for varnished wood surfaces
Veneer and solid wood surfaces are porous to a certain degree. Use water sparingly when cleaning. Use a
damp cloth and dry off with a well-wrung cloth. The same detergents used for painted surfaces are recommended. Never
use thinners to remove spots.
Cleaning tips for laminated and melamine surfaces
Clean with a mild, household detergent as recommended for painted and varnished surfaces.
Substances that can cause miscolouring or corrosion damage (iodine, hydrogen peroxide, ink, mineral acids etc.), should
Cleaning tips for drawers and interior fittings
After cleaning with a suitable synthetic cleaning product, wipe off with a damp cloth to avoid static electricity.
Crystal oil, acetone and similar substances should not be used, as they can damage plastic parts.
Cleaning tips for oiled surfaces
Oiled surfaces must not be maintained with oil. Clean with a damp cloth (with a little detergent added if necessary),
Cleaning tips for profiles and tracks
Wipe profiles and the front with a damp cloth when necessary. Vacuum floor track regularly for