The Naro Round White Gloss Dining Table will be delivered to you unassembled. This so the table is as streamlined as possible for transport, ensuring that it gets to you in great condition. To put the Naro table together, all you need to do is fix the base to the pedestal and then the pedestal to the white gloss table top. It’s very easy to do and the table will come with full assembly instructions and fittings. We do advise making sure you have enough people to safely upturn the round table top as it is quite heavy.
The Riva Stackable Fabric Dining Chairs come fully assembled, meaning they come right out the box and are ready for use.
We ask that you keep hold of all the packing until you are sure that you are going to keep the table and chairs, unless you have opted for our packaging removal service. That way, you can make full use of our Total Satisfaction Guarantee should you decide for any reason that you would like to return the furniture.
Care & Cleaning
Our Naro white gloss table has such a lovely shine. It’s also such an easy finish to clean and maintain! Without applying too much pressure, use a damp microfiber cloth to wipe any marks away. A mild detergent like washing up liquid is ideal for cleaning up the more stubborn or greasy marks caused by food and drink, rather using harsh chemical based cleaners as this will potentially damage the surface. As with any table surface, we always suggest using coasters and placemats as this just gives the surface an extra layer of protection against potential scratching and general wear and tear.
When it comes to cleaning the fabric Riva chairs, it’s best clean any marks using a slightly dampened cloth. Be sure to dry the area with a kitchen towel after cleaning to remove any excess moisture. We would suggest using specialised upholstery cleaning products to treat the fabric as that way, you know the product will be safe to use on the material. To keep the Riva chairs colour looking its best, try not to place the dining chairs in direct sunlight or by high sources of heat, as like with most things, this can cause the colour to fade.