Rattan Clean & Care Guide
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Rattan Clean & Care Guide

This care guide is designed to help you make the most out of your furniture and ensure its long lifespan. Understanding how to care for our products is essential. With a range of items requiring varying levels of maintenance, this product care guide provides you with all the tips and tricks to keep your furniture in pristine condition.

1.To prevent excessive soil build-up in the weaving, use a handheld vacuum or a brush attachment to remove loose dust and debris.
Removing Stubborn Build-Up:

  • Use a soft-bristled toothbrush to clean dust build-up in corners.
  • Clean under cushions with the vacuum's crevice tool.
  • Dislodge dust and dirt from tight areas by using compressed air.
  • Use a toothbrush, cocktail stick, or any other fine tool to remove dirt and mold.

2.Wipe the rattan with a cloth dampened in a bowl of warm, soapy water. Be cautious not to over-saturate the rattan with water.

3.Allow the rattan to air-dry, unless it is overly wet. In case of excess water, use a soft cloth to dry the furniture.

Instructions for Yearly Cleaning:
Once a year, remove all cushions, inspect the furniture for any issues, and condition the rattan. Before beginning the thorough yearly cleaning, follow the steps for weekly and monthly maintenance.

Inspect the Rattan for Problems:
Check for mold and mildew, which might occur, especially on the lampshade.

Remove Mold and Mildew:
If you find mildew, create a solution of equal parts chlorine bleach and water. Wear protective gloves and apply the solution to the affected area using a soft cloth. Be careful not to oversaturate the rattan. Move the piece outdoors into the sun to dry quickly.

Condition the Rattan:
After dusting, treating stains, eliminating mildew, and cleaning with detergent suds, allow the rattan to dry completely. Once dry, apply boiled linseed oil to the rattan using a clean, soft cloth to condition it.

Start at the top of the furniture piece to prevent drips while wiping down the rattan with oil. The oil will add moisture to the fibers, helping prevent breakage. Allow the piece to dry completely for at least 48 hours before replacing cushions.

When purchasing linseed oil, opt for boiled linseed oil, as it dries faster than regular linseed oil. Buy boiled linseed oil from a store.

(Note: I've provided slight rephrasing and added some punctuation for better readability.)