Tips and FAQs

Maintaining you metal furniture

#30Powder coated surfaces require routine cleaning to remove dirt and grime. This will ensure the decorative and protective properties of the coating are retained. The frequency of such cleaning will depend on many factors but should be carried out every six months. In industrial and coastal environments, cleaning should be carried out more frequently, paying particular attention to areas not normally washed by rain. The best method of cleaning is by regular washing of the powder coated surface with a soft cloth or sponge, using nothing harsher than normal bristle brushes with a solution of warm water and mild detergent. Car wash is great for this! Surfaces should be rinsed with fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues. Do not use strong solvents such as lacquer as they will damage the coating.

FAQs

How long does the restoration take?

Allow 3-4 weeks for full restoration, of course we will always try to meet your requests with timing.

How much will it cost?

We are able to give you an approximate price on standard pieces by email or phone. Our pricing structure is based on the setting style and number of pieces, processes required and the choice of colour used. We recommend emailing a picture to help identify and determined a firm cost.

How long will it last?

We use the correct processes and products to allow us to gain maximum protection, life and longevity for all of your metal furniture and elements. The metal in which pieces are made of, the environment where they are placed and the way it is maintained all contribute and have an impact on long lasting coatings and structure of metal furniture.

Do you offer warranties on restorations?

We offer a 12 month warranty on coatings used to complete restorations and recoats only. We use the latest high performance products and processes to complete all restorations and recolouring however we have no control over the metals, metal structure, manufacturing and workmanship of metal furniture and metal elements.