Impact test item - 1

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  • About the Impact test item - 1

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  • Wood, reclaimed wood and veneer are all susceptible to both climate and the elements. Follow these basic care tips to ensure the longevity of your furniture:

    CLEANING: When using cleaners, avoid wax-based furniture polish cleaners; some of the best-known brand name polishes on the market contain wax and silicone that will build up on the table surface, creating a “cloudy” appearance. Please read the contents and instructions carefully before applying a product to a wooden or veneered surface. For everyday cleaning, simply dust your pieces with a soft, lint-free cloth or feather duster. When heavier-duty cleaning is needed, wipe the surface with a damp (not wet) cloth or sponge, and follow immediately with a dry, clean, lint-free cloth.

    DISCOLORATION: Please note that water will stain wood or veneered surfaces when left for a period of time, leaving a mark that can be much harder to fix. It is important to wipe in the direction of the wood grain to avoid unsightly streaks on the wood surface. Intense heat can lead to changes on the wood surface. Always use coasters, felt pads, trivets, or placemats to prevent heat and water from having direct contact with wood surfaces; such contact can cause discoloration. Direct sunlight may slightly darken or lighten wood furniture; move or rotate decorative objects on a regular basis to help to avoid odd light and dark patches. Note that based on the frequency of use and storage, dining table leaves may change tone at a different rate than the table itself.

    GENERAL CARE: Avoid placing your furniture in highly humid or dry areas, such as directly next to air vents. Avoid contact with certain materials such as rubber, which might react with the finish of your product: oil finishes may be renewed by rubbing a light application of a penetrating oil with a very fine steel wool and wiping with a clean soft cloth to remove any excess oil.

    Care may vary depending on the type of wood surface. For more detailed care instructions, please contact the store you purchased from or Customer Care at hello@daniafurniture.com.

  • WARNING: To prevent serious or fatal injuries from entrapment or falls:
    Do not remove this label from product.
    • Never Allow a child under 6 years on upper bunk.
    • Use only mattress which is:
      Twin 74" — 75" long and 37" — 39" wide on upper bunk.
    • Ensure thickness of mattress and foundation combined does not exceed 7"and mattress is at least 5" below upper edge of guardrails.
    • Use guardrails on both sides of upper bunk.
    • Prohibit horseplay on or under beds.
    • Prohibit more than one person on upper bunk.
    • Use ladder for entering and leaving upper bunk.
About the Impact test item - 1

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Care Instructions

Wood, reclaimed wood and veneer are all susceptible to both climate and the elements. Follow these basic care tips to ensure the longevity of your furniture:

CLEANING: When using cleaners, avoid wax-based furniture polish cleaners; some of the best-known brand name polishes on the market contain wax and silicone that will build up on the table surface, creating a “cloudy” appearance. Please read the contents and instructions carefully before applying a product to a wooden or veneered surface. For everyday cleaning, simply dust your pieces with a soft, lint-free cloth or feather duster. When heavier-duty cleaning is needed, wipe the surface with a damp (not wet) cloth or sponge, and follow immediately with a dry, clean, lint-free cloth.

DISCOLORATION: Please note that water will stain wood or veneered surfaces when left for a period of time, leaving a mark that can be much harder to fix. It is important to wipe in the direction of the wood grain to avoid unsightly streaks on the wood surface. Intense heat can lead to changes on the wood surface. Always use coasters, felt pads, trivets, or placemats to prevent heat and water from having direct contact with wood surfaces; such contact can cause discoloration. Direct sunlight may slightly darken or lighten wood furniture; move or rotate decorative objects on a regular basis to help to avoid odd light and dark patches. Note that based on the frequency of use and storage, dining table leaves may change tone at a different rate than the table itself.

GENERAL CARE: Avoid placing your furniture in highly humid or dry areas, such as directly next to air vents. Avoid contact with certain materials such as rubber, which might react with the finish of your product: oil finishes may be renewed by rubbing a light application of a penetrating oil with a very fine steel wool and wiping with a clean soft cloth to remove any excess oil.

Care may vary depending on the type of wood surface. For more detailed care instructions, please contact the store you purchased from or Customer Care at hello@daniafurniture.com.

Safety Information
WARNING: To prevent serious or fatal injuries from entrapment or falls:
Do not remove this label from product.
  • Never Allow a child under 6 years on upper bunk.
  • Use only mattress which is:
    Twin 74" — 75" long and 37" — 39" wide on upper bunk.
  • Ensure thickness of mattress and foundation combined does not exceed 7"and mattress is at least 5" below upper edge of guardrails.
  • Use guardrails on both sides of upper bunk.
  • Prohibit horseplay on or under beds.
  • Prohibit more than one person on upper bunk.
  • Use ladder for entering and leaving upper bunk.
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Impact test item - 1
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test*124
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