To clean a ceramic table surface, use a wet sponge and a mild detergent. It's that simple! Because ceramic is extremely durable, it's less prone to scratches and stains than a natural stone, you can spend less time worrying about the clean-up and more time enjoying mealtimes. Ceramic is scratch resistant which means it won't scratch as easily as some other surfaces, however, try to prevent dragging your big, heavy casserole dishes across the table. to protect the surface further, we'd always recommend you use mats and coasters.
For care and maintenance of your faux leather dining bench, we recommend doing a regular, very mild clean with some warm water and washing up liquid. This will stop the marks from general wear and tear building up over time and making the surface of the seats look grubby. When cleaning faux leather, try to remember that scrubbing the surface will crack the leather rather than help to remove the mark. Instead, use a damp cloth and apply a gentle amount of pressure in a circular motion.
If you’d like some more information, we’ve written a piece offering loads of tips on cleaning and maintaining faux leather, which can be found on our lifestyle blog.
To clean the chrome legs of the bench, it’s best to use soap and water on a soft cloth to clean the area. If the mark still doesn’t go away, we suggest using a splash of vinegar to give your cleaning that extra boost. Waxing chrome after a good clean is also very useful if you want to keep its high shine for even longer.