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Cleaning and
maintenance
guide of
Euromobil
products

Veneered wood
Use a soft cloth dampened with alcohol diluted in plenty of water (90%). Dry immediately using a soft, dry, non–abrasive cloth.
Do not use: products containing acetone, trichloroethylene, chlorine, ammonia, thinners, abrasive detergents, wax or furniture polish. Always remove wine and acid spills immediately.Clean wood in the direction of the grain and periodically use a water–resistant treatment.

Lacquered
use a soft cloth dampened with alcohol diluted in plenty of water (90%). Dry immediately using a soft, non–abrasive cloth the first times, the cloth may become coloured, due to powdered varnish that remains on the surface.
Do not use: abrasive products and detergents, acetone, trichloroethylene, ammonia, wax or furniture polish. Always remove wine and acid spills immediately.

Glass, aluminium and plastic parts
To clean aluminium, use a well–rung damp cloth, use specific glass–cleaning products to clean glass and dry carefully.
Do not use: scouring pads, sponges, abrasive products or alcohol.

Stainless steel
Use hot water and soap common neutral and dry with a soft cloth or deerskin. Can be used products on the market for cleaning of stainless steel making sure to always clean the effect of satin finishing.Any deposits of limestone be removed with vinegar or products anti limestone. Pay special attention to remove the adhesive polyethylene film protection.
Do not use: products and abrasive cleaners, cleaning powder products containing chlorine, bleach or acid muriatic solvents such as acetone, tolvene, etc. clean immediately products as grapefruit and coca cola.

Melamine, thermostructured and TSS
Use a soft cloth dampened with alcohol diluted in plenty of water (90%). Dry immediately using a soft, dry, non–abrasive cloth.
Do not use: abrasive products, acetone or products containing chlorine. always remove limescale stains immediately.

Polymeric
Use a soft cloth dampened with alcohol diluted in plenty of water (90%) or soap. Dry immediately using a soft, dry cloth.
Do not use: abrasive products, acetone or products containing chlorine.

Care guide
of Worktops

COMBI5
Unicolor is a particularly hygienic material that does not require special maintenance apart from normal cleaning. the non–porous unicolor surface is easy to disinfect with hot water, steam and any type of domestic detergent or disinfectant, unless it is very alkaline. It is antistatic, and is not electrostatically charged which means that it does not attract dust. unicolor is easy to clean and look after and, because it is so hygienic, is widely used in hospitals, in chemist’s shops, for food preparation and cooking, in surgical halls, sterile rooms, etc. for normal cleaning purposes remove dirt using domestic detergents. unicolor surfaces, as well as having a good resistance to chemical household products, inhibit the growth of spores and bacteria, as prescribed by the european ISO 846 standards, and are certified for brief or prolonged contact with food.
Do not use:
Abrasive liquid or powder products, waxed products, bleach or products with a high chlorine content, chemical detergents with a strong basic or acid content. Kindly be reminded that after having cleaned surfaces with solvents some stains may persist due to dirt that remains on the cloths used. to remove these stains, rinse them with hot water and dry the surface with clean kitchen paper. some commonly used products must be immediately eliminated from the surface, such as: caramel, beetroot juice, fruit and concentrated tomato juice, very strong bleaching products.

Natural acrylic stone
Do not place hot pots and pan on the surface directly from the oven or from the hob. always use a pot rest under hot kitchenware such as pots, pans, earthenware items, electric saucepans and coffee pot.
Daily cleaning:
Use a damp cloth, a sponge and a delicate detergent.
Stubborn stains:
Tea stains, fruit stains and food colourants can be easily removed by using a product containing bleach (do not leave on the surface for more than five minutes). Then wash the surface using one of the common worktop detergent on the market and rinse with clean water. nail polish can be easily removed by using a specific product (not acetone) or an abrasive detergent. Small scald marks can be easily removed using a traditional abrasive product or an abrasive sponge. if this should slightly alter the surface shine of the top it can be easily restored by using fine–grain sand paper.
Do not use:
Detergents that contain acids (e.g. acetone)

Glass
Easy to clean with a wet cloth and a no–abrasive cleaning product. all products for cleaning glasses are suitable. Pay attention not to leave spots of marmalades or chocolate because rich of sugars which can crystallize on the top.
Do not use:
Abrasive products or sponges, products containing acetone, ammonia, chlorine and solvent, cleaning materials or against limestone liquids, cutlery or st.steel accessories to remove food’s rests. Steel wool or powder substances because they cause scratches.

Quartz
For normal worktop cleaning and maintenance it is sufficient to clean the surface using a damp cloth and common detergents. stains can be completely removed using water and a normal detergent. Stubborn stains such as food grease, wax or silicone can be removed by pouring a specific product onto the stain (such as bleach) or a detergent that must then be removed using a sponge or wire wool. rinse using soap and water or alcohol and finish by using a dry cloth.

Marble and granite
The composition of marble makes it vulnerable to acids such as vinegar, fruit (lemon, oranges, kiwis) vegetables (courgettes, aubergines etc.) and cleaning products (descalers, limescale removers etc.). All these substances damage the calcareous structure of marble, making the surface significantly more opaque. the natural presence of micro–particles in the marble structure determine its tendency to absorb liquids that may appear as stains of various intensities depending on the type of liquid absorbed. Daily cleaning using lukewarm water is recommended. when the top is dry and at room temperature, a layer of wax can be applied and then polished using a woollen cloth. there are no special instructions for granite due to its resistance to abrasions and to stress, except for the quick removal of any stain that may appear. normal cleaning can be effected using lukewarm water and neutral soap.
Do not use: liquid degreasing detergents because they have a corrosive action.

Stone
Clean natural stone using lukewarm water and alcohol only. Avoid abrasive powders and aggressive detergents. clean food liquids immediately, as soon as spills occur. Red wine, coca cola, oil, vinegar, coffee, fruit and vegetables can cause stains that are difficult to remove. stone tops may also be sensitive to thermal shock which is why it is unadvisable to place hot pots and pans on them. as is the case for all types of stone, it is particularly sensitive to citrus fruit and tomato juices. We recommend the antique finish as it protects more that other finishes because it is more water–resistant. for polished tops we suggest cleaning using products that do not contain acids or calcareous substances and to preserve the polished finish by using marble wax which is also ideal to make the surface water-repellent. For antiqued tops, simply use 1000 grain sand paper on surface stains. remove the stain and apply an aging product and a spray polish for marble and stone that can be easily found on the market.

Stainless steel
For maintenance, use products normally sold on the market for cleaning steel sinks, rinse with water and dry with a soft cloth to avoid the formation of limescale. Always clean in the direction of the satin finish and never with a circular motion.
Do not use: chlorine–based detergents (e.g.: bleach), or similar products on the market and abrasive products and materials that may scratch the surface.

Laminate
For normal cleaning and maintenance of laminate worktops use a damp cloth and a non–abrasive detergent and then dry accurately.

Veneered
Tops are in veneered chipboard repellent V100 very low formaldehyde covered by a sheet of veneer woody. For veneered workops, use a soft cloth dipped in alcohol diluted with lots of water (90%). Dry immediately with a dry, non-abrasive, cloth. do not use products containing acetone, trichloroethylene, chlorine, ammonia, thinners, abrasive detergents, wax or furniture polish. Clean products such as wine and acids straight away. Do not pour products as butter, olive oil, paraffin oil and mustard. it is advisable to clean in the direction of the wood grain and treat periodically with a waterproofer. You can not place objects as hot: hot pots, irons, hot plates, coffee, etc.