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Materials care

POLYCARBONATE

Clean with a microfibre cloth, soaked in neutral soap or delicate cleanser diluted in water.
Avoid to use ethyl alcohol or detergents that contain even small amounts of acetone trichloroethylene or ammonia or solvents.

* also for fire retardant polycarbonate class 1


POLYPROPYLENE

Clean with a microfibre cloth, soaked in neutral soap or neutral cleaners diluted in water. Use of steam is allowed.
Avoid paper clothes, abrasive sponges and granular detergents which could damage the features of the surface.

* also for fire retardant polypropylene class 1


POLYETHYLENE

Clean with a microfibre cloth, soaked in neutral soap, liquid cleansers or degreaser solvent.
Use of steam is allowed, ethylic alcohol or thinner.
Avoid abrasive sponges and granular detergents that could damage the surface.


NYLON

Clean with a microfibre cloth, soaked in cold water.
Avoid the use of cleasings which hold in solution chlorine and solvents.
Possible liquid or other residues should be immediately removed to avoid absorption and permanent stains.


METHACRYLATE

Clean with a microfibre cloth, soaked in neutral soap or neutral cleaners diluted in water.
Avoid do not use any solvents.
Absolutely do not use ethylic alcohol or cleaners with ammonia, acetone or trichloroethylene.


CHROMED ABS

Clean with a microfiber cloth, soaked in water.
Avoid cotton clothes, paper clothes, granular agent cleasings which could opacify or scratch the surface.
Do not use cleanings or solvents.

MARBLE

Marble is a limestone rock with a crystalline composition primarily made of calcium carbonate. Variations in the background color or in its veins or irregular blot are the inherent characteristics of the natural material that make it unique and precious over the time.

Maintenance
For daily maintenance use a microfiber cloth and neutral detergent. A rinsing with water is recommended. Even if marble tops for indoor use have a “stain-resistant" protective treatment on the surface (waterproof), it is good practice a prompt action drying any le’over liquid, to avoid absorption and consequent spots or halos which are difficult to remove.

- Avoid the use of alcohol and products containing acidic substances or limescale.
- Avoid the use of metal scourers or abrasive products that could alter the brightness of the marble surface.
 - Avoid the direct use of sharp tools.
- Pay attention, for example, to lemon juice, tomatoes, oil, vinegar ...

Depending on the use, it is recommended to renew the anti-stain treatment using specific produc

 

Caution
Falls or impacts of heavy objects could irreparably damage surfaces and edges.