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Material And Care


1. Shelving: melamine-faced particle board with PVC edge banding 

  • Scratch resistance 

  • The samples’ surfaces were machine polished at the speed of 60 rounds per minute. No damage was found. 

  • Fire resistance 

  • Lit cigarettes were extinguished on the samples’ surfaces. The brownish marks that had appeared were easily wiped off with an ethanol solution. 

  • Vapor and acid resistance 

  • Water and moisture resistance 

  • The material can withstand moderate moisture levels, but not submerged. The green treated wood fiber inside can handle high humidity levels. 

Care: Use a sponge with dish soap to remove stains and wipe clean with a damp 

 cloth. Tougher stains may be removed with turpentine or alcohol.

2. Legs: clear varnished rubberwood 

  • This material requires being in a dry, well-ventilated area. Avoid direct exposure to water. Do not subject the material to direct heat due to its flammability. Avoid sharp items as they may scratch the material.

Care: Use a duster or soft cloth to remove dust. Avoid tough fabrics to prevent scratching. Remove stains with a damp cloth and soapy water, then wipe off with a dry cloth. Avoid cleaning with alcohol or ammonia-based solutions since they can damage the wood.  


  1. Avoid exposing PVC table-leg pads to high heat because they may melt. 

  2. Avoid exposing shelving’s PVC edge banding to high heat because it may melt. Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth. 

  3. ABS is a sturdy, load-bearing plastic. Avoid exposing it to high heat because it may melt. Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth. 


is neither scratch-proof nor shockproof. 

Care: Clean the surface with warm or soapy water and wipe off with a damp cloth. 

Galvanized Steel

[Text Wrapping Break] Care: Scrub and rinse with soapy water to remove white rust. Wipe dry. Store indoors in a dry, well-ventilated space.

Chrome-Plated Steel 

Use dish soap or car wash soap to remove dirt and grime. [Text Wrapping Break] To remove rust, apply some vinegar or some other mild acid, and scrub clean with aluminum foil. Alternatively, spray and leave Sonax on the surface awhile, then use a cotton ball soaked in Brasso or Wenol to scrub the rust off.      

Stainless Steel


  • Corrosion and rust-resistant; does not need to be painted 

  • Offers higher strength for less mass 

  • Suitable for hygienic conditions 

  • Aesthetic appearance 

  • No contamination; resistant to reaction with catalysts 

  • Wet abrasion resistance

Cleaning Methods for Stainless Steel 


Clean with soap, laundry detergent, or a solvent such as alcohol or acetone. Rinse off with water and wipe dry.

Oil stains: 

Apply a hydrocarbon or organic solution (such as alcohol) to the material, then clean with soapy water. Rinse with water and wipe dry. We recommend soaking the piece in the solution before cleaning it with warm soapy water.

Paint stains: 

Apply paint remover to the stain and scrub with a soft nylon brush. Rinse off with water and wipe dry.

Label and sticker residues: 

Soak the piece in hot soapy water before removing the label. Remove any adhesive residue with methylated spirit or gasoline (benzine). Rinse off with soapy water, then rinse again with hot water and wipe dry with a soft cloth.

Water stains and scale: 

To reduce noticeable stains, soak the stained parts in 25% vinegar or 15% nitric acid. Rinse off with water, followed by soapy water, then rinse again with hot water and wipe dry with a soft cloth.

Tannin stains from tea or coffee: 

Apply a mixture of hot water and washing soda (sodium bicarbonate) to the stain, then clean with soapy water. Rinse with hot water and wipe dry with a soft cloth.


Soak the rusted parts in a solution of 9 parts warm water and 1 part nitric acid for an hour, then rinse off with water. Alternatively, apply an oxalic acid solution on the rusted surface and wait 20 minutes before rinsing with water and wiping dry. If the rust still persists, a scrubbing machine might be needed. 


Stainless Steel Care 

If the stainless steel is not cleaned regularly, rinse with water and wipe clean with a soft cloth or paper towel as soon as stains and dust are seen. 



  • Do not use wax or oily solutions because dust and stains will stick onto the surface more easily and will be difficult to remove. 

  • Do not use cleaning solutions that contain chlorides and halides, such as bromine, iodine, and fluorine. 

  • Do not use antiseptics to clean stainless steel. 

  • Do not use hydrochloric acid for cleaning because it can cause pitting and stress corrosion cracking. 

  • Do not use products that you are uncertain about. 

  • Do not use silver polishes. 

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