When cleaning stone surfaces such as marble, granite, travertine and porphyry, use a soft cloth dampened with water and green soap. Dry with a soft cloth. Remember that acids such as red wine and lemon can stain the stone. This applies to both polished and matt granite and marble. If acid is spilled, be sure to wipe the surface directly.
Lacquered or coated pieces can be harmed by direct contact with heat and prolonged humidity. Scratches can be extra visible on colour-coated surfaces. If there is deeper damage to the metal, we recommend you to contact an expert to avoid corrosion. Never move the furniture by dragging it across the floor. Keep the table indoors during winter.