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Alto Kitchens:
Use and Maintenance

Miscellaneous

Chairs and Tables
To clean tabletops, simply follow the relevant instructions for each worktop material; for veneered or wooden tops, please refer to the paragraph relating to wood.
Finally, from time to time, make sure the tapping screws fixing the legs in place are tightened properly.
As for the wooden or lacquered chairs, follow the instructions provided in previous paragraphs; chairs with a metal frame can normally be cleaned using a soft cloth slightly dampened with water or alcohol; natural or synthetic wicker seats do not require any special care, but should be protected with a cushion to guarantee durability.
Finally, bear in mind that the chairs are not suitable for outdoor use, and that all four legs should always be in contact with the floor.

Various Components
Hinges: to ensure the hinges last longer, never force the door opening angle, and do not lean on them when they are open; do not leave opened packets or bottles of detergent or other chemical products near them as they may cause rusting.
Edging: edging may break due to the heat emitted by the oven or the steam released by the dishwasher; to glue its edging materials, Lube Industries uses thermosetting polyurethane adhesives which are highly resistant to heat and moisture. Nevertheless, we suggest the dishwasher is only opened once it has cooled completely, and that any droplets are dried thoroughly.
Brackets and frames: refer to the instructions provided in previous paragraphs, relating to laminate worktops and wood.
Aluminium frames and skirting: clean using a soft cloth and liquid detergent, rinse and dry thoroughly; never use abrasive products.
Knobs and handles: these are coated with a special stain- and mark-resistant film; abrasive products and solvents (acetone, trilene or ammonia) should therefore be avoided as they may damage it. Use a damp cloth instead and dry thoroughly.