Use and Maintenance

Wooden or veneered parts

Type material

Wood is a natural material with specific features; differences in grain or shade between the various parts cannot therefore be considered as cause for complaint. Lube Industries has, nevertheless, introduced strict finish and wood matching checks as part of its Quality system, in order to minimise the possibility of any problems occurring.
Exposing wood to direct sunlight may cause discolouration. Over time, wood matures and may change colour slightly; this is not a defect. Finally, bear in mind that it behaves like a living product, even after processing, and will expand or contract depending on the humidity level of the surrounding environment.

The veneer is made with veneer also called “sliced”. It ‘a thin sheet of wood (about 0.6 mm) obtained through the cutting of logs. It is used to cover the various wood panels (MDF, chipboard, wood etc.), then called veneer.

Use and maintenance

Clean gently using a damp cloth and dry thoroughly; do not use detergents and sprays which are not specifically designed for wood, as these could damage the lacquer finish; dry any water droplets or steam to avoid damaging the lacquer, particularly below the sink. Never use products containing solvents (acetone, ammonia, etc.).

 

Lacquered parts

Type material

In general, the coating is the application of a transparent or colored paint, which dries by evaporation of solvents and often a curing process that produces a hard finish, durable, which can take any level of brightness from the ultra the extremely glossy and matte-which can be further polished as required.

Use and maintenance

Clean usinga soft cloth and liquid detergent, then rinse and dry carefully; do not use abrasives or products containing alcohol or solvents (acetone, trilene or ammonia).