Support For Table Top Shape Decision
Support For Table Top Edge Decision
Support For Cleaning & Caring
Avoid scratching with hard objects such as a knife, forks, penknife,
Avoid the product from the direct sunlight or hot places.
While cleaning, use a soft microfiber cloth with AC cleaning organic products and dry
Do not use any chemical products made for the kitchen on the epoxy, wood and metal parts. (you can get the specialized cleaning products for the different parts from Arditi Collection.)
Avoid putting hot objects such as tea, coffee direct to the epoxy surface of the furniture. Use a coaster.
If you scratch your product or have a different problem with your product, you can directly reach and send us the pictures of the furniture to email@example.com. Resin is a beautiful, durable substance used to make plumbing products such as sinks and bathtubs, as a modern alternative to acrylic and cast iron. This solid, heavy material is a type of composite that is made up of finely ground stones, minerals, and acrylic, which is then fused together to create a smooth, stone-like material. Due to its makeup, resin is extremely low maintenance, and scratch removal is relatively simple.
Resin has a nonporous surface that makes it resistant to stains and discoloration. To maintain the condition of your new resin product, simply wipe the surface with a dry, soft cloth after each use. Most dirt and dust will wash off with warm water. For a more thorough cleaning, use a mild cleaner such as a gentle dish soap. Avoid any products that contain abrasives, acids, or ammonia.
Resin is an unfinished material, meaning that the appearance is the same on the surface as it is under the surface. Because of this, scratch removal is uncomplicated. Most scratches can be sanded right out rather quickly using a variety of fine-grit sandpaper.
Scratch Removal Tools & Materials:
- Warm Water
- Soft Cloth
- #800 Fine-Grit Sandpaper
- #1200 Fine-Grit Sandpape
- Dry Towel
- Polishing Compounds
Scratch Removal Steps:
Use warm water to remove dirt and dust from the surface.
Use #800 grit sandpaper and rub in small, circular motions until the
scratch is gone.
Follow with #1200 grit sandpaper and rub over the surface of the scratch to smooth and blend.
Dry with a towel.
Polish the surface with a cloth and a polishing compound.
Any automobile polishing compound will suffice.