Viteo 2013 by Spencer Interiors

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Page 351 of Viteo 2013

viteo outdoors 349 always use a heat protection pad trivet with rubber feet for hot cookware or leave cookware to cool on the hob first never place hot cookware particularly cast iron directly on a corian® himacs® surface excessive heat can in fact damage any surface like all materials duponttm corian® himacs® will develop slight abrasion marks in normal daily use a corian® himacs® surface can be scratched or gouged if used as a cutting or chopping surface for food preparation to avoid the problem the use of a cutting board is highly recommended accidental spills of strong chemicals e.g paint stripper brush cleaners metal cleaners oven cleaners cleaners containing methylene chloride acid drain cleaners acetone based nail varnish removers etc should be flushed promptly with plenty of soapy water to avoid damaging worktops for nail varnish spills non-acetone based remover can be used and then flushed with water undetected or prolonged exposure to chemicals may damage the surface for everyday cleaning vinegar coffee tea lemon juice vegetable dyes ketchup grease fat and oil residues hard water scale soap minerals lily pollen saffron a light scratch cigarette burns shoe polish ink marker pen mercurochrome blood red wine perfume nail varnish spills iron or rust iodine mildew a-b-c a-b-c-e-i a-b-c-d-i a-b-f-i a-b-c-e-i a-b-c-d-e-i a-b-c-g-i a-b-c-h-i a-b-c-e-i a remove residues with a soft cloth b rinse surface with warm water and wipe dry with a soft cloth c use a damp microfiber cloth and a mild cream cleaner granulate-free d rub over the stain with a non-abrasive sponge and a cleaner or an ammonia-based liquid detergent for solid surfaces e use a non-abrasive sponge and extensively spread some diluted bleach rinse the surface several times with warm water and dry with a soft cloth f use a non-abrasive sponge and rub over the stain with a standard household lime-scale remover or vinegar viakal lime-lite rinse several times with warm water and dry with a soft cloth g use a non-abrasive sponge and rub over the stain with a non-acetone based nail varnish remover rinse several times with warm water and dry with a soft cloth h use a non-abrasive sponge and rub over the stain with a metal cleaner or rust remover rinse several times with warm water and dry with a soft cloth i if the stain persists contact viteo aluminium anodized or powder-coated aluminium surfaces exposed to weathering are very resistant they need some regular care treatment though in order to obtain a perfect surface for cleaning the surface use clean water even with slight phneutral additives and a soft non-abrasive cloth the aluminium surface temperature shall not exceed 25°c never use scratching abrasive solutions or solvent-based cleaners after cleaning the powder-coated surfaces shall be maintained once a year with standard colour-neutral paint care products usually used for cars beware never clean the surface in direct sunlight surface temperature <25°c suitable products for removing adhering dirt on the powder-coated surfaces are neutral aqueous cleaners as well as neutral synthetic cleaners or wetting agents strong greasy stains can be removed by applying organic solvents like for example ethyl alcohol whereby the exposure time should be as short as possible rubbing the surface can in fact cause the coating to appear matte weakly alkaline aqueous cleaners are also suitable provided that all processing instructions are heeded.