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Tempered Glass

WHY TEMPERED GLASS?

  • Highly durable
  • Easy to clean
  • Safety glass
  • Low maintenance

NATURAL CHARACTERISTICS

This product may possess physical and technical attributes that form part of the natural characteristics of this material. Such features may include, but are not limited to:

  • Colour variation
  • Blemishes
  • Abrasion resistance
  • Waves and bubbles

HOW TO CLEAN TEMPERED GLASS

  1. Remove all objects and items before cleaning
  2. Wipe away any light dust and particles with a dry microfiber cloth from both sides of the glass
  3. Wipe off any sticky marks or stubborn spots with a damp wet cloth or soft-bristled brush
  4. Prepare a mild cleaning solution consisting of approximately 2 teaspoons of ph-neutral soap with 1 litre of water and spray onto the entire glass surface
  5. Wipe down thoroughly with a clean, dry microfiber cloth or newspaper - moving in one direction only
  6. Repeat the previous step with an additional clean, dry microfiber cloth until all excess liquid has been wiped dry
  7. Repeat the cleaning process every 1-2 months, depending on the furniture’s level of use

ADDITIONAL TIPS

  • Tempered glass has been hardened to resist breakage, but by no means should it be considered unbreakable or scratch-proof
  • In the event of breakage, tempered glass will shatter into small cubes rather than large jagged sheets to minimise the risk of injury, however caution should always be exercised when dealing with breakages
  • Wipe down surfaces regularly to prevent buildup of excess dirt, dust, salt or chlorine, which may lead to damage
  • Don’t hose down furniture during periods of extreme heat - sudden temperature changes may cause stress on a material which can weaken it long-term
  • Use coasters, placemats and heat mats as appropriate to increase longevity
  • Don’t place or drop hard or heavy items on to the surface; this may stress the glass, even when dropped from a short distance
  • Don’t use your tabletop as a food preparation surface; always use a chopping board when cutting food items as a knife can cause damage to the surface
  • Don’t apply glass cleaner to painted or frosted glass; this can cause peeling or discolouration
  • Don’t allow pools of water to sit on the glass; on sunny days, this creates a lens effect which may cause the coloured coating on the underside of the glass to peel or fade due to “hot spots”
  • Prolonged outdoor use in extreme weather conditions is not recommended
  • Cover furniture when not in use to prevent damage from inclement weather, leaf mulch, sap and wildlife
  • Consider furniture placement and avoid areas that are likely to cause excessive build up of corrosive materials

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