Melamine Coated Surfaces

  • Easy to clean due to non-porous surface
  • Wipe off light soiling with a damp, soft cloth, rag or sponge
  • Clean heavier soiling with water and detergent or soap solution; completely remove excess water by wiping off
  • Always wipe edges dry
  • Strong or scouring detergents damage the surfaces; do not use any cleaning agents that contain abrasive additives, such as whiting or similar
  • Do not use any hard, rough cleaning utensils made from plastic, microfibers or steel wool
  • Clean lime stains or lime edges with warm, diluted acetic‐/citric acid (10 percent) and wipe off with clean water
  • Remove residues of pens, such as ballpoint pen or felt pen, before they dry out

Veneered and Lacquered Surfaces

  • Easy to clean due to UV‐cured acrylic resin lacquer coating (UV water-based lacquer)
  • Wipe off light soiling with a damp, soft cloth, rag or sponge and wipe dry
  • Treat heavier soiling with water and a little household detergent, wipe off with clean water and wipe dry
  • Strong or scouring detergents and solvents damage the surfaces; do not use any cleaning agents that contain abrasive additives, such as whiting or similar
  • Do not use any hard, rough cleaning utensils made from plastic, microfibers or steel wool
  • Pointed, sharp-edged objects and substances containing solvents can damage the lacquer

Powder-Coated Surfaces

  • Easy to clean due to powder-coated stove-enamel finish
  • Wipe off light soiling with a damp, soft cloth, rag or sponge
  • Treat heavier soiling with water and a neutral cleaning agent, wipe off with clean water
  • Strong or scouring cleaning agents damage the surfaces; do not use any acidic or alkaline detergents, do not use any organic solvents or any cleaning agents that contain abrasive additives, such as whiting or similar
  • Do not use any hard, rough cleaning utensils made from plastic or steel wool

Polypropylene (PP) Surfaces

  • Easy to clean due to robust, through-coloured PP material
  • Wipe off light soiling with a damp, soft cloth, rag or sponge
  • Treat heavier soiling with water and a neutral cleaning agent, wipe off with clean water
  • Strong or scouring detergents damage the surfaces; do not use any cleaning agents that contain abrasive additives, such as whiting or similar
  • Do not use any hard, rough cleaning utensils made from plastic or steel wool
  • Remove residues of pens, such as ballpoint pen or felt pen, before they dry out

Plexiglas Surfaces

  • Easy to clean due to smooth plastic surface
  • Wipe off light soiling with a damp, soft cloth, rag, sponge or microfiber cloth
  • Treat heavier soiling with special antistatic plastic cleaning agents, wipe down with clean water
  • Strong or scouring detergents damage the surfaces; do not use any cleaning agents that contain abrasive additives, such as whiting or similar
  • Do not use any hard, rough cleaning utensils made from plastic or steel wool
  • Avoid rubbing dry

Glass Surfaces

  • Easy to clean due to hard, easy-clean surface
  • Wipe off light soiling with a damp, soft cloth, rag or sponge and wipe dry
  • Treat heavier soiling with common glass cleaners, wipe off with clean water and wipe dry
  • Strong or scouring detergents damage the surfaces; do not use any cleaning agents that contain abrasive additives, such as whiting or similar
  • Do not use any hard, rough cleaning utensils made from plastic or steel wool
  • After cleaning, pull down the glass surface with a rubber-lipped wiper

Fabric Surfaces

  • Brush out light soiling with a soft brush or vacuum with an upholstery nozzle
  • In the case of heavier soiling, definitely perform a test clean at a concealed place before removing a stain, and check for colour fastness and changes to the surface
  • If necessary call in a professional cleaning company
  • Dab stains with an absorbent cloth as soon as possible after they occur
  • In the case of residues, soak a white, soft cloth with stain remover and treat the stain, working from the edge towards the middle; if necessary apply diluted carpet- or upholstery shampoo as post-treatment
  • Never apply cleaning agent directly onto the cover; the upholstery fabric can be damaged through strong rubbing

Artificial Leather Surfaces

  • Easy to clean due to resilient surface
  • Wipe off light soiling with a damp, soft cloth, rag or sponge and wipe dry
  • Treat heavier soiling with water and common dishwashing liquid or special artificial leather cleaning agent, wipe off with clean water and wipe dry
  • Strong or scouring cleaning agents damage the surfaces; do not use any alcohol or petrol; do not use any cleaning agents that contain abrasive additives such as whiting or similar
  • Do not use any hard, rough cleaning utensils made from plastic or steel wool
  • The artificial leather can be damaged through strong rubbing

White Steel Enamel Surfaces

  • Easy to clean due to hard, easy-clean surface
  • The use of Hohenloher board markers, board erasers and cleaners secure a long useful life
  • Treat light soiling with water and neutral cleaning agent or special whiteboard cleaners, wipe off with clean water and wipe dry; after cleaning, in addition rub aluminium edgings dry
  • Clean heavier soiling, lime stains or lime edges with warm, diluted acetic‐/citric acid (10 percent) or clean with vinegar-based cleaner and wipe off with clean water and wipe dry
  • Remove residues of pens, such as ballpoint pen or felt pen, before they dry out
  • Strong or scouring detergents damage the surfaces; do not use any cleaning agents that contain abrasive additives, such as whiting or similar
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Green/Anthracite Steel Enamel Surfaces

  • Easy to clean due to hard, easy-clean surface
  • The use of Hohenloher blackboard chalk and board erasers secures a long useful life
  • An initial cleaning can significantly reduce the occurrence of smearing: coat the complete board surface with chalk, treat with water and neutral cleaning agent, clean with a damp sponge and draw down water with rubber-lipped board eraser; after cleaning, in addition rub aluminium edgings dry
  • Regular cleaning: After use clean the surface with a damp sponge and draw down water with a rubber-lipped board eraser; after cleaning, in addition rub aluminium edgings dry
  • Treat light soiling with water and neutral cleaning agent, clean with damp sponge and draw down water with rubber-lipped board eraser; after cleaning, in addition rub aluminium edgings dry
  • Clean heavier soiling, lime stains or lime edges with warm, diluted acetic‐/citric acid (10 percent) or clean with vinegar-based cleaner and wipe off with clean water and wipe dry
  • Remove residues of pens, such as ballpoint pen or felt pen, before they dry out
  • Strong or scouring detergents damage the surfaces; do not use any cleaning agents that contain abrasive additives, such as whiting or similar