Table and related furniture:


Most damage can be avoided if spills or splatters are cleaned up when they occur.  Always sponge, rinse and dry immediately after a spill.


Use a damp cloth and, if necessary, a pH-neutral soap (water with a drop of dish soap or organic multi-surface cleaners) for daily cleaning.


To prevent damage to your wood furniture, we suggest using placemats and coasters and avoiding

  • Hot surfaces
  • Direct sunlight
  • Wet drinks without a coaster
  • Writing without placing a placemat under your paper
  • Slipping hard objects on your wooden surface


**Avoid cleaning products containing ammonia, alcohol or bleach, as they can deteriorate and dull the finish.



Butcher block, countertop and cutting board:


It is important not to immerse the boards or place them in the dishwasher.


You can clean them with a cloth or a sponge and mild dish soap. There are also natural methods, such as cleaning with salt and lemon.


You should protect your board with mineral oil or butcher block oil. Both products are easily found in supermarkets or hardware stores. The frequency of this maintenance depends on the use of your board.