To put the Tiva Small Glass and Chrome Dining Table together, the long thread bolts go through the legs and fasten to the table top. It’s not a hard piece to construct but being glass means it is quite heavy, so make sure you have enough people to help carry and hold the glass if you are wanting to construct this dining table yourself.
Care & Cleaning
To clean a tempered glass dining table surface, spray a non-abrasive glass cleaner onto a lint free cloth and gently rub the glass in a circular motion. Then with a dry microfibre cloth, buff the surface until it’s dry. Alternatively, you can also use lukewarm water and dish soap to give the table a good clean. In this case, make sure you wipe away the soapy residue from glass to avoid leaving water marks. Never place or use abrasive materials on the table as this will scratch its beautifully smooth surface. As with all of our dining tables, we always suggest using placemats and coasters as this gives the table surface an extra layer of protection.
When cleaning the chrome finishes, use soap and water on a soft cloth and 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. There are a whole range of chrome cleaning products available so it’s a very easy material finish to clean and maintain.