Maintenance and use
Nickel-plated and aluminium surfaces
We would like to draw your attention to the fact that slight discolorations, black spots on surfaces and traces of grinding and polishing of aluminum and nickel-plated surfaces are caused by the technological process. These properties do not result in any loss of quality and are not subject to complaint.
Aluminum and nickel-plated products are not intended to hold liquids or food. Nickel plating can be permanently damaged by contact with acid from fruit. These items are not for catering, they are decorative items.
Over time, tarnish can appear on the surface, causing the nickel to lose its luster. This is a natural process, associated with contact with light and air and the dust in it. This is a superficial coating that can be removed with special metal cleaners. Before using care products, please read the manufacturer's instructions and carry out a test on a piece of surface. Do not use caustic chemicals.
Do not use water or corrosive cleaning agents to care for nickel-plated, aluminum or steel surfaces. Use special care products designed for the preservation of metal surfaces. Before using the care product, make a test on a small invisible area.
Do not use water or caustic cleaning agents to care for your wooden furniture. Special furniture care products (lotions, oils, waxes) should be used depending on the surface finish. Before using the care product, make a test on a small invisible area.
Remove stains using a cotton white cloth with a solution of 85% water and 15% chemically inert soap. Do not use chemicals. Test on a small invisible area before cleaning.
Stickers with markings on lamps
The lamps bear the markings of the certificate of admissibility of electrical equipment for sale on the European market, together with the parameters of power and type of bulb. These markings are affixed in accordance with European Union requirements and should not be removed from equipment. If damage occurs as a result of attempting to remove the marking sticker, it will be considered mechanical damage and will not be subject to Complaint.