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Solid wood

Oak basalt stain

Wood

Solid wood

Oak swamp - stain

Wood

Solid wood

Oak natural - lacquer or oil

Wood

Solid wood

Oak white finish - stain

Wood

Solid wood

Walnut natural - lacquer or oil

Wood

Solid wood

Oak gray - stain or oil

Wood

Solid wood

Oak white - oil

Wood

Solid wood

Oak black - stain

Wood

Cleaning solid wood

For daily cleaning of your solid wooden table top, cleaning with a damp cloth is sufficient. Then dry the table thoroughly with a soft, dry cloth.
Immediately remove spilled liquids from the table to prevent them from being absorbed by the wood and causing stains.
Never use abrasive or corrosive cleaning agents to clean your solid wood table top.

Maintenance of solid wood

Solid wood is a natural product that 'works', shrinking when your room is too dry and swelling when your room is too humid. If your room is too dry, small cracks can appear in the wood. Therefore, it is recommended to keep the temperature and humidity in your room as stable as possible (rule of thumb: room temperature: 18ºC, 50% humidity; room temperature 22ºC, 60% humidity). If necessary, you can adjust the humidity in your room with a humidifier. In addition, it is advisable to regularly ventilate your room.
For periodic maintenance, you can treat your solid wood table with a little furniture oil for solid wood. For treatment, use a dry cloth with which you apply the oil thinly on the table. Always make sure the table is clean and dry before applying the oil to the table. After treating with oil, you should gently wipe the table dry with a dry cloth.
Small cracks and stains can be treated with a scouring pad. Always rub in the direction of the grain. Then treat the table again with furniture oil. Finish by rubbing the table dry with a dry cloth.