Linoleum on fronts, table tops and top plates
Linoleum is a natural material mainly consisting of linseed oil, rosin, limestone, wood flour and cork flour added color. Linoleum is a material in which bacteria can not grow, which makes linoleum extremely well suited to many different contexts. If you maintain your linoleum surface in the correct way, your product will last for many decades. You can damage the linoleum on your product if you repeatedly use the wrong care, which will cause your linoleum to look worn and old.
For daily care we reccommend that you wipe the surface with a damp cloth, then wipe the table with a clean, dry cloth. Alternatively we recommend using Monel (1/4 dl Monel for 5 l water).
Basic cleaning is performed when the surface is dirty. Wash the surfaces with lukewarm water with a mild all-purpose cleaner or Monel (1,5 del Monel for 5 l water) – do not overdose. Wash the surface with clean lukewarm water so there are no soap residue.
Do not use these for cleaning linoleum:
- soft soap
- detergents as detergent
How to remove stains
Chocolate, fat, egg, coffee, tea: Mild all-purpose cleaner.
Pen, lipstick: Denatured alcohol, eraser.
Stearin: Carefully remove solidified stearin. Place absorbent paper on the stain and rub gently with an iron at 70°C.
Burn mark: Scrub carefully with scouring sponge.