Bosky Interior Care Instructions for Products and Furniture
All furniture & products
- It is important to keep your furniture and products in a dry condition at all times.
- Use a soft brush to dust any hardware or hinges.
- Avoid using cleaning products that are acidic, abrasive, or corrosive.
- To prevent fading and damage to the upholstery, solid wood, or engineered wood furniture, avoid using them outdoors or exposing them to direct sunlight and moisture for extended periods.
- Do not attempt to remove or detach fixed furniture products from their designated areas.
- Avoid using chemical products to clean furniture that is used by children or infants.
- Modifying the product beyond its intended use or standard specifications is not recommended and will void the warranty.
- Refrain from applying polish or paint products to the furniture, as it is not recommended and will void the warranty.
- Make sure to regularly dust your furniture.
- It is advisable to have your furniture professionally cleaned on a periodic basis.
Upholstered furniture & products
- Regularly dust your furniture using a soft brush or vacuum with the upholstery attachment.
- Flip, rotate, and fluff cushions and pillows regularly to ensure even wear distribution.
- Protect your furniture from stains by using a fabric and upholstery protector for increased durability.
- Use a mild fabric cleaner for routine maintenance or in case of stains/spills. Before applying, perform a patch test on a hidden area to ensure compatibility. Avoid applying the cleaner directly onto the upholstery.
- Keep sharp objects away from the furniture to prevent potential damage to the upholstery.
Solid wood furniture & products
- Exposure to air and sunlight can cause natural wood to change color. To promote a more uniform color development, occasionally rotate the items placed on your solid wood furniture.
- For cleaning wooden surfaces, lightly dampen a soft cloth, gently rub the surface, and then wipe dry.
- If there are stains or spills on the wooden surfaces, gently rub the affected area with a solution of water and a mild cleaning agent. Immediately wipe dry. Avoid using cleaning products that contain ammonia or alcohol.
- Protect your solid wood furniture from spills and heat by using coasters and trivets. Always promptly wipe up any moisture and dry the surface with a soft cloth.
- While we take precautions to ensure proper sealing of the wood, it is normal for wood to expand and contract slightly with seasonal changes in humidity.
Engineered wood furniture & products
- Avoid placing hot, cold, or wet items directly on the surface of engineered wood.
- It is highly recommended to use mats and coasters to protect the engineered wood surface.
- When cleaning, please use a damp cloth. Immediately wipe the surface dry.
Metal furniture & products
- When cleaning metallic surfaces, use a damp cloth and promptly wipe dry.
- To restore the metallic shine, gently polish with oil. Before applying the oil, perform a patch test on a hidden area to ensure compatibility.
Space-saving furniture & products
- Modifying the product by drilling holes or screwing add-on parts may cause damage and void the warranty.
- It is important to keep space-saving products out of reach and not allow children under 10 years old to handle or operate them due to potential dangers.
- Before using the product, it is advised to clear the floor area. When opening the product, gently guide it to the floor and ensure that the legs are properly placed before removing your hands.
- Exercise caution when opening space-saving beds and removing the mattress from the mattress box.
- Please refrain from walking or standing on the mattress box without a mattress in place.
- Use the product within the recommended weight capacity.
Modular kitchens, wardrobes & storage
- Always promptly wipe moisture and dry with a clean, soft cloth. Excess water or wet utensils can cause staining, swelling, or warping of the wood.
- Avoid using wooden furniture outdoors and keep it away from direct sunlight.
- To prevent damage to the finish, avoid exposing the furniture to intense heat from hot food or coffee cups. Use coasters and mats to place hot objects on wooden furniture.
- Prevent scratches and other damage by avoiding dragging sharp objects on the wooden surface.
- For stains, gently clean with a damp cloth and immediately wipe dry. Avoid using ammonia and alcohol-based cleaning products.
- Clean the stove and burner daily to prevent food particles from sticking.
- If you have a steel sink in the modular kitchen, clean it with a soft nylon scrubbing pad to avoid scratching the steel.
- Do not use cleaning products containing chloride. Use cold water or mild detergents, if necessary.
- Optimize the functionality of your chimney by getting it serviced by the manufacturer or brand every 6 months.
- Clean the entire refrigerator once a week using soapy water.
- Avoid using strong chemicals on hardware, hinges, and handles. Instead, clean them with a soft cloth/brush or, if needed, use a mild glass cleaner.
- For cleaning metallic surfaces, if present, use a damp cloth and immediately wipe dry. To restore shine, gently polish with oil. Conduct a patch test on a hidden area before use.
- Use a mixture of baking soda and water to maintain the shine of stainless steel kitchen appliances or tiles.
- Avoid using acidic, abrasive, and corrosive cleaning products of any kind.
- Retouching, such as using polish or paint products, should be done by professional services. Attempting retouching on your own will void the warranty.
- While operating shutters, refrain from leaning or putting weight on them.
- Avoid using petroleum-based chemicals to clean acrylic or membrane surfaces.
- Do not clean the kitchen floor or sink with hydrochloric acid as it can cause the coating on the stainless steel hardware and hinges to rust due to acid fumes.
- Avoid using alkaline water as its high pH can cause marks and stains on stainless steel surfaces.
- Please adhere to the recommended load capacity and avoid putting excess weight in cabinets, shelves, and drawers.
- Do not allow children to play with the shutters/doors.
For comprehensive instructions on maintaining your Bosky Interior, we recommend referring to the care guide provided by the manufacturer/brand. The care guide will provide specific and detailed information on how to properly care for and maintain your furniture to ensure its longevity and optimal condition.