uno form maintenance guidelines
uno form’s supreme durability is rooted in the high quality of its finish and its choice of materials. With the correct care, the units retain their beautiful surface through many years of wear and tear. All that is required is choosing the right surface treatment or detergent agent for the different types of material.
Dry off with soapy water, detergent, brown soap or soap flakes. Difficult stains can be carefully removed using alcohol. Melamine surfaces require no further maintenance. We recommend uno form laminate cleaner.
Lacquered wood surfaces
Lacquered wood surfaces can withstand all standard types of mild detergents – with the exception of scouring powder. They therefore do not require any special care. Simply ensure that water is not regularly left to stand on the lacquered surface.
Laminate can withstand all standard types of mild detergents – with the exception of scouring powder. It therefore does not require any special care. We recommend uno form laminate cleaner, which comes with the delivery.
Daily cleaning – Clean with a damp cloth using a neutral detergent.
Periodically. For periodic care of the surface, regularly apply a suitable Linoleum Care product. We also refer to www.forbo.dk
Leather is a living material that matures beautifully with age if cared for properly. uno form uses hides from Elmo leather, which is world-renowned for its authenticity, naturalness, softness and sheen.
To ensure proper leather care, Elmo has developed a leather care programme featuring a Leather Cleaner and Leather Protection component. The care set with instructions is included in all leather deliveries from uno form. We also refer to www.elmoleather.com
Painted surfaces can withstand all standard types of mild detergents – with the exception of scouring powder. They therefore do not require any special care.
Drawers can be wiped dry using any standard mild detergent. Ball bearing sliding mechanisms should be lubricated using a small amount of bicycle roughly oil once a year.
uno form refers to the worktop manufacturer’s instructions.