It’s important to protect your wood veneer table top as the heat or steam from very hot plates can, over time, loosen the glue holding the veneer to the surface underneath. This is really easy to avoid by using placemats and coasters each meal time. Try to wipe up any spills as soon as they occur as liquids can seep through the veneer, again loosening the glue from the surface. Don’t use a sponge to clean your wooden veneer as this can just spread the liquid. Instead, use a paper towel or a clean dish cloth. When cleaning the wood veneer, dampen a soft lint free cloth and wipe in the direction of the wood grain. For more stubborn marks, apply a dab of mild dishwashing detergent to your cloth and again wipe in the direction if the wood grain.
To clean the tempered glass legs of this dining table, spray a non-abrasive glass cleaner onto a lint free cloth and gently rub the glass clean in a circular motion. Then, with a dry microfibre cloth, buff the surface until it’s dry. You can also use soapy lukewarm water and dish soap to give the table a good clean, but make sure you wipe away the soapy residue off of the glass after cleaning to avoid leaving water marks.