Furniture care and cleaning chart


For daily cleaning, use warm water and neutral detergents (e.g. soap or neutral detergents, washing-up liquid, alcohol, Marseille soap, glass cleaner for polished surfaces, etc.), a cloth or soft sponge.

Caution: on polished surfaces, do not use abrasive products or sponges such as metal sponges for pots and pans, or the green part of dishwashing sponges.


Soft-touch surface:

Normal stains can be easily removed as indicated in the ordinary cleaning instructions. For treatment or installation residues such as fillers or silicones, please refer to the table below.

Polished surfaces :

In general, polished surfaces are particularly resistant and easy to clean, although the removal of coffee, wine and tea stains, containing particular pigmented substances, is effective if you intervene quickly.

To remove particularly resistant stains or residues of these substances, we recommend an initial cleaning with hot water and a neutral detergent. If this is not enough, use the products listed in the following table.


Coloring agent

Cleaning methods

Recommended detergents


Daily cleaning of surfaces

Clean with warm water and neutral detergent, rubbing with a sponge or microfiber cloth.

Warm water and standard detergents: neutral detergent for surfaces, dishwashing soap, Marseille soap.

Commercial bleach.

For polished surfaces: glass cleaner, alcohol, etc.
For soft surfaces: slightly abrasive cleaning products such as VIM or CIF.


For persistent residues of food stains such as: coffee, tea, tomato, balsamic vinegar, cola, red wine.

1st - Clean with warm water and mild soap.

If residue remains:
2nd - Use bleach, leaving it on the stain for a maximum of 10 minutes.

3rd - Rinse with water.

Warm water and neutral detergents: Marseille soap, neutral dishwashing liquid, etc.
Commercial bleach.
"SR95 (Fila)

"Color stain remover (Faber)

For metallic marks caused by pots and pans, etc.

Polished surfaces: use an acid-based detergent, leave for 3-4 minutes and remove with a microfiber cloth or sponge.

Soft surfaces: apply a powder or cream detergent and rub with a wet dishcloth.

Polished surfaces: commercial muriatic acid or Tile Cleaner Faber chemical or Deterdek Fila.

Soft-touch surfaces: slightly abrasive cleaning products such as VIM or CIF.


Epoxy or silicone residues

Use the products recommended by the manufacturers of the filler or silicone used.

Gel solvents can also be used, applied undiluted and left to act for 30 minutes before drying, then using a hard plastic spatula to remove residues from the surface.

"Fila Zero Sil" FILA
Epoxy fillers:
"CR10" Fila
"Epoxy Residue Remover" Faber

Always rinse with water at the end and dry.

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