Care Manual


All our marble products should be cleaned with a neutral cleaner
or a mild dish washing detergent and warm water. You can also clean
marble with baking soda and warm water. Please do not use bleach
or anything abrasive to rub as this will scratch the surface.
Our marble products can be used for a variety of foods, however
acidic products such as lemons or vinegar, strong pigments such as
cumin or turmeric may dull or stain the marble- oily substances may
soak into marble. Marble is porous so try to never leave water or
liquid for long periods of time on honed marble and possibly leave a mark. Marble is a brittle material and breakable and should be handled with care.


For a natural oil finish, furniture we recommend cleaning
the surface with a damp cloth, preferably a microfiber. Generally
most woods require re-oiling after 3-6 months [depending upon area and usage]. For scratches we recommend blending them in with Beeswax or wood oil provided. Each wood varies in its maintenance, therefore inquire with the team for the specifications. For lacquer or painted finish use a damp cloth for removal of dirt or dust.


Clean the surface for dust and grime with a soft cloth dampened
in a mild detergent solution. Avoid abrasive products. We recommend
that tarnished metals be professionally cleaned. In case of iridescent
metal, we recommend cleaning with only a damp microfiber.


Direct heat and sunlight can cause fading and changes in colour
of fabric, exemption applies to 'Outdoor Fabric'. To prevent fading and wear and tear of upholstery, periodic cleaning is essential. Vacuuming of fabric to remove dust and dirt is recommended too. Spills and stains must be cleaned out immediately with a damp, white cloth. Avoid the usage of abrasive
cleaners or scrubbing the upholstery. For tough stains
we recommend professional services that do the required treatment.


Clean the surface for dust and grime with a microfiber dampened
in a mild detergent solution. Avoid abrasive products. Fiber/resin have delicate top surface therefore avoid any contact with sharp objects
to prevent scratches.

Do not let spills sit on the surface. Immediately wipe the surface with a damp cloth. Avoid harsh conditions like direct heat for indoor furniture.
Carefully place sharp objects on surfaces like glass, metal or wood to
avoid scratches or dents. Only use fine cotton or extra soft cloths for dusting or cleaning. To preserve the longevity of your furniture and household accessories, treat them with love and affection.