HDF painted Gloss

Paint is applied evenly to our HDF followed by a clear gloss lacquer. This finish seals the pores of the material forming a water repellent protection against everyday wear and tear. HDF fibreboard is engineered for outstanding strength and durability.

Care instructions

Always use a very clean or brand new microfibre cloth when dusting or cleaning the surface to prevent scratches. For daily maintenance, dust the surface using a microfibre cloth. Use a damp microfibre cloth for periodic cleaning. If desired, a mild soap heavily diluted with water may be used to clean. Do not use spirits, bleaches or any other chemical cleaners to clean the surface. Prevention is the best protection against surface scratches. Use mats and coasters with a soft, non-abrasive underside to protect the surface. Please ensure that direct contact with hot objects is avoided by using table mats. Avoid spillages and do not use any corrosive products such as bleach anywhere near the timber. Any spillages should be wiped clean immediately.

NOTE: The following repair instructions apply to a majority of gloss paint products. Please contact us before performing any repairs as specific advice for repair varies from time to time, and failure to contact us prior to performing repairs may void the warranty on the product.

To remove surface marks, use the following procedure. First, mask the area around the HDF with a low-tack masking tape to ensure the polishing paste does not come in contact with adjacent materials. Next, dust and clean the HDF surface with a microfibre cloth to remove any dust particles which can otherwise cause scratches during the polishing process. Finally, use a microfibre cloth and a fine car machine polish and polish the HDF surface following the manufacturers instructions.