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Care Instructions

Marquis have endeavored to make our bathroom furniture as water resistant as possible however we do advise it is the purchaser’s responsibility to ensure the product is installed and maintained properly.

Cabinets

Use warm soapy water, Spray & Wipe or similar (sparingly) and apply with a soft cloth. Dry immediately.

Thermolaminated Cabinets

Thermolaminated doors are made from a Moisture Resistant Medium Density Fibreboard (MR MDF) and as with any wood based panel cannot be made totally waterproof, care should be taken to wipe up spills immediately, ensuring the doors are not exposed to high or continuous levels of moisture, steam and humidity.

General Cleaning

Wipe down using a damp soft cloth containing warm, soapy water. For more stubborn stains, use a mild household spray to wipe down the door or panel with a soft cloth taking care not to rub too hard. Dry using a soft cloth so as not to leave any residue on the door or panel. Always ensure that you refer to the recommendations provided by the cleaning product manufacturer before use.

To ensure that your warranty will not be void, DO NOT use any of the following on Thermolaminated doors & panels: Commercial Cleaning Products, Abrasive Cleaners, Scouring Pads or Abrasive Papers, Acids and Alkalis, Solvents, Thinners, Turpentine (Turps), Ammonia, Bleach, Acetone, Easy-Off BAM!, M.E.K. or any other cleaning agents containing organic solvents or the above mentioned products.

Avoid contact with sharp implements.

Vanity tops

With any vanity top it is advisable to avoid thermal shock to the bowl. To counter this first run cold water into the bowl, adding hot water to then reach the desired temperature.

Acrylic

Use warm soapy water, Spray & Wipe or similar (sparingly) and apply with a soft cloth. Surface scratches or scuff marks will buff out using a quality acrylic polish (eg. Jiff). Avoid contact with direct heat eg. hair straighteners and strong chemicals such as acetone, paint remover etc.

Symphony

Use warm soapy water, Spray & Wipe or similar (sparingly) and apply with a soft cloth. Surface scratches or scuff marks will buff out using a quality acrylic polish or mild abrasive cleaner (eg. Jiff). Some deeper scratches may be repairable under the guidance of your supplier or by a licensed acrylic repairer. While the surface is heat resistant do not place hot items directly onto the top (ie hair straighteners etc). Extreme or prolonged heat can cause permanent damage. Also avoid contact with strong chemicals such as acetone, paint remover etc.

Dekton®

Use warm soapy water, Spray & Wipe or similar (sparingly) and apply with a soft cloth. Surface scratches or scuff marks will buff out using a quality acrylic polish or mild abrasive cleaner (eg. Jiff). Some deeper scratches may be repairable under the guidance of your supplier or by a licensed acrylic repairer. While the surface is heat resistant do not place hot items directly onto the top (ie hair straighteners etc). Extreme or prolonged heat can cause permanent damage. Also avoid contact with strong chemicals such as acetone, paint remover etc.

Dekton®

See Dekton® Fact Sheet or refer to website www.dekton.com.au

Caesarstone ®

See Caesarstone® Fact Sheet or refer to website www.caesarstone.com.au

Silestone ®

See Silestone ® Fact Sheet or refer to website www.silestoneoceania.com

Solid timber products

See DGI Fact Sheet or refer to website www.dgi.com.au

Mirrors and shaving cabinets

Care should always be taken to avoid getting mirror edges wet with any liquid or substance. This can result in damage to the edges commonly called ‘black edge’. Should your mirror become wet it should be dried off immediately. The following are recommendations from manufacturers of quality mirrors:

  • The very best and safest cleaner for a mirror is clean, warm water used with a soft lint-free cloth. Wring all water from the cloth before wiping the mirror. Dry the mirror immediately with a dry lint-free cloth.

  • Don’t use acid or alkali cleaners for mirror clean up after installation as either substance can attack the front surface and edges as well as the backing of the mirror. No abrasive cleaners should ever be used on any mirror surface.

  • Don’t spray cleaners directly onto the mirror. Always apply cleaner directly to a soft lint-free cloth and then wipe the mirror. This will help prevent the cleaner from contacting the edges of the mirror to reduce damage potential.

  • Don’t use commercial mirror cleaners that contain ammonia or vinegar.