Lifetime Warranty Option
All furniture can be upgraded to a lifetime warranty at any time. The cost for the lifetime warranty is 15% of the purchase price. Any piece of furniture that defects during the original purchaser’s lifetime will be fixed or replaced by Amish Crafted Furniture. Our warranties do not cover cost for shipping or delivery. Any damaged furniture can be scheduled to be picked up by our delivery team or can be brought to one of our warehouse or store locations.
Care and Maintenance of Your Solid Wood Furniture
Follow these simple tips to keep your furniture beautiful, as nature intended:
Placement– Carefully considers where to place your new table. Avoid setting it directly in front of radiators, heating vents, or wood burning stoves as dry air can cause wood to dry out and may crack. Also, when you move your furniture try to avoid dragging it, which places unneccasary stress on the joints.
Humidity– If the humidity moves out of the ideal range, solid wood furniture could expand or contract, causing splits in the grain pattern and joints of the wood panels. These symptoms are the result of an uncontrolled environment and are not considered defective. If the environment is not controlled these conditions should be appreciated as an inherent characteristics of solid wood. Due to wood’s “open grain”, they tend to expand and/or contract in relationship to their environment. Indoor humidity levels in the range of 35-45% will minimize gapping, such as, at the center or ends of table leaves. Seasonal gaping or a minor crack in the grain pattern of solid wood are considered a normal occurrence and should not be assumed to be a defect of materials or workmanship.
Protection & Clean Up– Fingerprints, cooking fumes, smoking residue, etc., accumulates on any finished surface. None of these contaminants will harm the finish, but they should be periodically removed to restore the finish to its original luster. Simply dust table often with a soft cloth while following the grain pattern. Periodically clean with a mild, non-alkaline soap and water using a soft cloth or sponge. Dry immediately with a soft cloth and lightly buff wood grain. Avoid nail polish remover, alcohol, or other solvents. A high quality furniture polish may be used occasionally, but do not use a polish that contain silicones.
Avoid placing sharp objects that could scratch the surface directly on the table. Use coasters and trivets with non-scratching bottoms underneath glasses and serving dishes placed on the table.
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