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Maintenance Information General information

Laurel Coffee Table Marble

Model

103LM

Producer

De La Espada

Designer

Luca Nichetto

Specifications

Available in marble and mirror-polished lacquered HDF in a choice of combinations: Rosa Negrais marble and HDF in bordeaux NCS S6030-R10B; or Negro Marquina marble and HDF in anthracite NCS S9000-N; or Ataija Creme limestone and HDF in anthracite NCS S9000-N or bone NCS S1005-Y20R.
 
Size
W90.5 × D74 × H20 cm
W35 2/3 × D29 1/8 × H8 ”
 
Delivery time
9-11 weeks

Attachment(s) (pdf)

Looking After Your Furniture 2511201564.pdf

 

HDF Painted Mirror Polished

Paint is applied evenly to our HDF, then polished. A clear lacquer is then applied to the surface before being mirror polished by hand.

For daily maintenance, dust the surface. Use a damp cloth for periodic cleaning. If desired, a mild soap heavily diluted with water may be used to clean. Do not use spirits, bleaches or any other chemical cleaners to clean the surface. Prevention is the best protection against surface scratches. Use mats and coasters to protect the surface. Please ensure that direct contact with hot objects is avoided by using tablemats. Avoid spillages and do not use any corrosive products such as bleach anywhere near the timber. Any spillages should be wiped clean immediately.

Limestone

Our Moleanso limestone is from Portugal, and features a thin grain with a relatively uniform background. This is a natural stone, thus each cut has individual colour and pattern variations.
 
Our limestone is honed to a beautiful matte finish then coated with a sealant to protect it from spillages, though any spills should be wiped clean immediately. For daily maintenance, use a soft dry microfibre cloth to remove dust. For wet cleaning, use a damp cloth and a pH-neutral cleaner designed for stone. Never use standard household cleaners or abrasives. Do not let vinegar or acidic foods come in direct contact with the stone as this will damage the surface. Periodically seal the limestone with a suitable stone sealant. This should be done in response to the level of wear- approximately once every few years, though the best way to determine when to reseal is by splashing water on the surface - if it fails to bead up, then it is time to reseal. Sealing will protect against stains and damage, but please note that some sealants can change the appearance of your limestone. The best protection against scratches is prevention. Always use coasters and mats to protect the stone from objects that may scratch the surface.

Marble Black

The black marble we use is Black Marquina, from the Basque country in Nothern Spain. This marble is dense black with white veins. Marble is a natural stone, thus each cut has individual colour and pattern variations. Marble is tolerant of direct heat, but it is softer and more porous than some stones and thus requires delicate care.
 
Our marble is honed to a beautiful matte finish then coated with a sealant to protect it from spillages, though any spills should be wiped clean immediately. For daily maintenance, use a soft dry microfibre cloth to remove dust. For wet cleaning, use a damp cloth and a pH-neutral cleaner designed for stone. Never use standard household cleaners or abrasives. Do not let vinegar or acidic foods come in direct contact with the marble as this will damage the surface. Periodically seal the marble with a suitable marble sealant. This should be done in response to the level of wear- approximately once every few years, though the best way to determine when to reseal is by splashing water on the surface - if it fails to bead up, then it is time to reseal. Sealing will protect against stains and damage, but please note that some sealants can change the appearance of your marble. The best protection against scratches is prevention. Always use coasters and mats to protect the marble from objects that may scratch the surface.

Marble Rose

Our Rosa Negrais, from the Pero Pinheiro area of Portugal, has a beautiful reddish colour. Marble is a natural stone, thus each cut has individual colour and pattern variations. Marble is tolerant of direct heat, but it is softer and more porous than some stones and thus requires delicate care.
 
Our marble is honed to a beautiful matte finish then coated with a sealant to protect it from spillages, though any spills should be wiped clean immediately. For daily maintenance, use a soft dry microfibre cloth to remove dust. For wet cleaning, use a damp cloth and a pH-neutral cleaner designed for stone. Never use standard household cleaners or abrasives. Do not let vinegar or acidic foods come in direct contact with the marble as this will damage the surface. Periodically seal the marble with a suitable marble sealant. This should be done in response to the level of wear- approximately once every few years, though the best way to determine when to reseal is by splashing water on the surface - if it fails to bead up, then it is time to reseal. Sealing will protect against stains and damage, but please note that some sealants can change the appearance of your marble. The best protection against scratches is prevention. Always use coasters and mats to protect the marble from objects that may scratch the surface.

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Subtotal: € 2444.20