Furniture Care

The Basics

Cushions and Cushion Covers
To extend the life of your covers and foam, rotate and vacuum cushions every week. Professional upholstery cleaning is recommended for cushions and cushion covers. For all cushions, the covers should be left on the foam for cleaning to preserve the cushion’s shape and size.

Cleaning Codes
WS - For water based stains use water based cleaning agent. For oil based stains use solvent cleaner.
W - Clean with water based cleaning agent.
S - Clean with solvent based cleaning agent.

Wood Care
This End Up furniture is made to require minimum care and provide many years of enjoyment. The wood, workmanship and design features of our furniture all contribute to its easy maintenance and long life. Please note that our furniture is made of natural materials and that variation in color and finish will occur since no two pieces of wood are the same. The presence of knots, unusual grain patterns, dark wood, a rustic feel and a roughhewn look are characteristics of the product and are to be expected. Slight dimensional variations and changes are normal due to the handcrafted nature of our furniture.

Oil-Based Stain Finish Only
Our furniture is protected with an oil-based finish. We recommend using Murphy’s Oil Soap or another water-based furniture polish on your furniture. Use a clean cloth for normal cleaning. Use steel wool to clean your lightly stained products. To condition your furniture, we recommend using lemon oil 2-4 times a year.

Do not use kitchen, bathroom or window cleaners as they will damage the finish.

Should you ever scratch or nick your furniture, it can be easily repaired by lightly sanding the wood in the direction of the grain with fine sandpaper, stain, and a clean cloth. For those customers with our Honey Pine finish, we recommend using Minwax® Provincial 211. Please talk to your local stain professional for advice on lightening or darkening if necessary to match the color of other pieces in your home. Always remember to test the stain on a concealed piece of the wood before proceeding.

Oil-Based Stain Finish with Protective Clear Lacquer
Furniture with protective clear lacquer does not require a lot of waxing, cleaning or polishing. This clear protective coating will provide you with years of lustrous beauty. Simply wipe up spills, dust it regularly with a standard water-based furniture polish and enjoy its handsome good looks.

Do not use steel wool, kitchen, bathroom or window cleaners as they will damage the finish.

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