Our vintage wine coolers have had a past life and may be delivered with small surface scratches, or even minor imperfections on the surface. Graphics and Logos are also often slightly blemished. These conditions all form part of the history of the product and no attempt should be made to remove or polish out these imperfections.
Best care is to use a soft dry polishing cloth and buff the items regularly. Do not leave the coolers wet, or full of ice for long periods of time, as the water inside can stain the cooler. A soft sponge and small amount of Dishwashing liquid can also be used to keep dirt and oil off the item. A little Silvo on a soft cloth may also be used to remove stubborn stains. Aluminium is best not used outside or left outside.
When using ice in the coolers, the condensation that forms on the outside should be removed as soon as the wine has been drunk!. The condensation can lead to minor staining on the outside.
Silvo on a soft cloth may also be applied. Aluminium is not suitable for outdoor use.
Brass items can be buffed up with a soft dry cloth to ensure years of pleasure. A little Brasso on a soft cloth may also be applied. Brass is not suitable for outdoor use.
Periodically you may treat your leather with a leather protector or moisturize with a leather conditioner. Avoid direct sunlight as it may cause the leather to fade or dry out.
Vintage silver and silver plate are best not placed in a dishwasher, wash these items by hand with warm water and a small amount of dishwashing liquid. If you choose to place these items in a dishwasher, do NOT place silver with stainless steel, as the silver will tarnish. If your silver ware becomes seriously tarnished, search Google for the best method to clean the silver, as various items require different treatment.
- Do not leave cutlery or servers to soak or drain in dishwasher or sink for long periods of time.
- Do not use abrasive cleaners or items like steel wool. Always use a mild detergent.
- When using a dishwasher, always load the handles of forks and spoons pointing down and knife handles pointing up.
- Dry immediately after washing. Use a soft cloth to do so.
- Salad dressings contain a lot of acid. Clean utensils straight away when no longer in use.
- Standard silver cleaning polish can be used occasionally to bring back the sparkle in your silverware.
We work hard to source clean, undamaged pre-loved vintage serviettes. Before dispatch, we wash our vintage serviettes and napkins, but even so, our vintage serviettes may show some signs of use. These imperfections tell of a past life. Vintage serviettes and napkins can be washed in the washing machine using a 60 degree Celsius cycle. For best results, dry outside and iron immediately to maintain their condition.
We also supply hand made and machine made new serviettes and tea towels sourced from the markets in France. Care instructions are usually attached to the item, but if you are still unsure on how to wash, please email us at email@example.com
We love to source vintage ceramic plates and other items, which are mostly hand made and hand painted. A soft dry cloth is the best method to clean decorative items. ON occasion we will source ‘new’ special pieces. Each item is unique so pleas special often they are hand made or occasionally machine made. Our white ceramic collection with Pewter style rim and handles is not suitable for dishwasher, microwave or oven.
The metal adornments make this collection suitable for hand wash only.
Our selected collection of Casbah prints are supplied framed, (except where noted) with some of the prints using a clear front mat acyclic. Some prints have no front cover at all.
To ensure the quality of acrylic is well maintained please clean using non-scratch glass cleaning cloths or microfiber cloths only. When cleaning use circular motions to achieve the best results. Should any cleaning fluids be required we recommend a special cleaning agent suited for Perspex. Do NOT use any abrasive cloth or cleaning fluid at all. Frames should be dusted occasionally.