Congratulations! You have chosen a sustainable product that can last for generations. Here are our guidelines on how to best maintain your new Montana product.
Looking after your new furniture
Lacquered, laminated and veneer surfaces, should be cleaned with a clean, dry cloth, or use a cloth wrung out in clean water and then immediately wipe dry with a clean, dry cloth. Rubber pads under desktop phones, calculators and the like often contain a softening agent that can bond with and damage the surface lacquer/veneer after prolonged contact. Oiled objects must not be placed directly on or in the module, as the oil can bond with and damage the lacquer/veneer.
Linoleum surfaces can be wiped with a damp cloth and a pH-neutral detergent, or a linoleum care product, and wiped dry immediately with a clean, dry cloth. You should clean glass surfaces with soapy water and dry immediately with a dry cloth.
Marble must be saturated in order to prevent grease and dirt from penetrating. This can be done by using an impregnating agent. Soap flakes can be used: dissolve 2-3 tablespoons of soap flakes in 1 litre of hot water, then apply the foam to the top plate and let simmer for 5 minutes without drying out. Then wipe the top plate with a clean, damp cloth. Regular use of soap flakes helps to saturate the tabletop. Marble tops should be cleaned daily with a wiped cloth.
For stains that do not wash off, wipe with a cloth wrung out in the water with added liquid detergent (max. 1 teaspoon to 1 l of water). Then immediately wipe the surface with a clean, dry cloth. If in doubt, test on an inconspicuous part first, as some products may damage the lacquer/ veneer. A microfibre cloth can be a good alternative to detergents. Never use ethyl alcohol, steel wool, scouring powder or similar abrasive materials.
For further maintenance and cleaning instructions, please contact Montana Furniture at email@example.com.
Manufactured with consideration for you and the environment
Product lines like the Montana System, Montana Mini, Montana Free and the Montana CO16 system carry the EU Ecolabel, the Danish Indoor Climate Label, the ISO 14001 (environmental) and OHSAS 18001 (occupational health and safety) standards. Read more about our environment and quality policy..