Melamine chairs — Materials and care guide
Find information about the material and a guide on how to maintain Montana’s melamine chair products. Read more here.
About Melamine chairs
The Montana Chairik chair in melamine consists of 21 layers of veneer and glue paper, with a final piece of either pealed veneer (melamine veneer) or a coloured paper (melamine coloured) and on top, front and back, a sheet of melamine. Melamine is a compound known for its firm surface resistance and tolerates hard use.
The melamine shell material is practical, strong, and requires minimal maintenance.
Care and maintenance
For daily cleaning of melamine-finished products such as chairs, use a clean cloth wrung in lukewarm water and wipe dry with a clean, dry cloth. For more thorough cleaning, use an all-around detergent (1-2 drops per 1 litre of water), then a clean, damp cloth to remove all soap, and finish with a clean, dry cloth. Do not use strong acids, bases, or alcohol-based cleaning liquids on the surface, nor scouring powder and nylon sponges, as these can create a matte finish or scratch the surface.