Sliderobes can advise how best to care for your newly fitted and free standing furniture and keep it looking pristine for many years to come.
Built To Last, For Years To Come
At Sliderobes, our fitted furniture is made to last, and handcrafted from the highest quality materials we can find, which is why we offer a 10 Year Guarantee. We have been installing Sliderobes sliding door wardrobes for almost 40 years, and with the correct care, your new Sliderobes furniture will look fantastic for years to come. For general maintenance, we always recommend keeping the floor track clean and clear of obstructions, cleaning gently with a mild soap and water solution, avoiding the use of strong detergents and glass cleaners, and drying your surfaces with the soft polishing cloth provided by Sliderobes.
Caring Starts On The Inside
Getting the most out of your Sliderobes means taking care of your storage accessories as well. Just like your sliding doors, we want to ensure that you make the most of your new Sliderobes accessories, which is why we advise that they should only be used for the purpose for which they are intended - for example, trouser racks are for trousers, not motorbike leathers! Respecting your accessories, and taking care not to overload them, will prolong their life. We also recommend cleaning your accessories with a dry cloth only - do not use water.
Free Standing Furniture That Stands The Test Of Time
Just like Sliderobes fitted wardrobes, our handcrafted free standing furniture is made to last. With the proper care and attention, your new furniture will look just like new for many years. We recommend caring for your free standing furniture just as you would with your fitted furniture units, but with some additional instructions. To keep your furniture in tip top condition, you should always ensure that free standing units are placed on a strong, level surface; avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight; and wipe any spillages straight away. We also advise against pivoting or dragging free standing furniture, as this can damage fixings and affect stability.