Care of Your Products

In this section, those who decide to rely on the quality and experience of IBFOR can find useful information on the use and care of their product, along with some simple instructions for maintenance of the various materials which IBFOR chairs, tables, armchairs or sofas consist in. For any further questions or requests for explanations, contact the IBFOR staff by sending an email to info@ibfor.com or directly to our sales representative. Thanks to twenty years of experience in the production of furniture design, the IBFOR staff will give you the best advice to ensure that your furniture complements their beauty with the passage of time. IBFOR provides a specific cleaning kit for any surface on customer request, but it is easy to contribute to the maintenance of products with small adjustments every day. Here you find a small handbook.


In this section, those who decide to rely on the quality and experience of IBFOR can find useful information on the use and care of their product, along with some simple instructions for maintenance of the various materials which IBFOR chairs, tables, armchairs or sofas consist in. For any further questions or requests for explanations, contact the IBFOR staff by sending an email to info@ibfor.com or directly to our sales representative. Thanks to twenty years of experience in the production of furniture design, the IBFOR staff will give you the best advice to ensure that your furniture complements their beauty with the passage of time. IBFOR provides a specific cleaning kit for any surface on customer request, but it is easy to contribute to the maintenance of products with small adjustments every day. Here you find a small handbook.

WOOD


For a good stability of the furniture with component in wood (legs, loom etc.), it recommends him to set on floors you deprive of gradients, avoiding so that with the time can become unstable. Besides you recommend him to avoid to leave the product to the direct light of the sun or in front of sources of heat or conducted thermal (heaters / fancoil / heaters) or to mouthpieces of the conditioned air, to avoid the big thermal starts that can jeopardize the integrity of the structures.

LEATHER


To use a damp (of cotton possibly) cloth to periodically clean the surfaces in skin, not to use the products that it contains alcohol, to use only specific products for the protection of the skins, so that to always maintain her soft and to delay the process of aging besides protecting her from the usury.

MARBLE


Use a cloth (white cotton if possible) moistened with water, if necessary use soap suitable for cleaning marble products, DO NOT use alcohol-based products as they will ruin the brightness of the top. It is highly recommended to proceed with a treatment with "hydro-oil repellent" products that you find on our site, to be repeated annually to promote resistance and maintain the whole plan.

FABRIC


Use a cloth (white cotton if possible) moistened with water, rubbing on the surface to remove stains. Instead, to remove dust residues inside fabric wefts use a vacuum cleaner. In case of fall on the fabric of alcohol-based products, it is advisable to provide for the abducted removal, by means of padding with a cloth (of white cotton if possible) moistened with water

CHROMED PARTS


As for the metal parts, especially if they are chromed, they should be periodically cleaned with a cloth moistened with a solution composed of water and with a neutral detergent as much as possible. For the more stubborn stains it is also possible to use vinegar mixed with water. To avoid are products that contain acetone, diluents, ammonia, abrasive detergents or furniture wax.

LACQUERED PARTS


In order to clean the lacquered parts, whether they are shiny or matt, it’s necessary to act immediately on the stain, washing the surface with a soft microfiber or deerskin cloth wet in lukewarm water and with a detergent as neutral as possible (for example soap of Marseilles). Always avoid abrasive sponges, steel scourers, ammonia, bleach and other aggressive or corrosive products. It’s better to avoid alcohol too, it can be used only in case of deposited or persistent stains, but always diluted with water and in moderate quantity.