INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE, ASSEMBLY, AND MAINTENANCE OF THE GOODS
1.1 Remove the packaging material by hand, do not use a knife or scissors, pay attention to any instructions on the packaging material. Before use, adjust the upholstery by lightly tapping, rubbing the cushions, seats, and armrests; they may be partially deformed after a long journey.
2.1 Assemble the furniture according to the enclosed assembly instructions; assemble the furniture on a soft surface to prevent scratching. Observe any instructions in the assembly instructions if included in the product packaging.
3. 1. Maintenance - General maintenance instructions
3.1 The surface of chrome-plated and stainless steel products requires regular cleaning. Bathroom accessories can be cleaned with hot water and dishwashing products (detergent) and then polished with a soft cloth and wiped dry. The best way to remove heavier soiling, such as limescale, is to use vinegar. The solution should be applied for some time, about 15 to 20 minutes. After application, the product should be rinsed well with clean water. On stainless steel surfaces polished to a high gloss, chlorine-free products (e.g. glass cleaners) should be used.
3.2 Clean glass and ceramic accessories in a similar way to metal parts and avoid using the products mentioned below. Never use a dishwasher for cleaning.
3.3 Any flaking of the coloured surface of the container is a standard phenomenon of wear of the resin compound of the coloured polyresin, caused by its normal use. This phenomenon is caused by prolonged, repeated physical contact of the polyresin container with, for example, a toilet brush, brushes, or other utensils with which the container comes into contact and cannot, therefore, be considered a defect.
3.4 In the case of placing the mirror in areas with permanent and higher humidity, the edge of the mirror gradually blackens. If the mirror is dewed over an extended period of time, partial oxidation of the mirror finish may occur, especially in areas where precipitated moisture from the surrounding area is held. This is a common characteristic of mirror glass used for mirror manufacturing.
3.5 The loss of colour at the edge of the product is very standard, and normal wear and tear of the product occur gradually with use. If the surface of the product does not peel off and is applied in a continuous layer, it is not a defect in the product.
3.6 The loss of the chrome finish on the surface of the plastic pump is normal wear and tear on the pump caused by normal use. The loss of the chrome surface finish may also be promoted by regular contact of the chrome surface with the hypochlorites and chlorates found in some aggressive soaps. We, therefore, recommend the purchase of an all-metal dispenser pump that is resistant to these substances contained in soaps.
3.7 Damage may occur in the following cases:
a) the use of bleaching or disinfecting agents, especially if they contain chlorine compounds (hypochlorites, chlorates, etc.). These agents need not be used directly on the products.
b) the effect of limescale. Thick layers of limescale, which are also humid, significantly increase the risk of damage and corrosion.
c) c) the use of alkaline or acidic highly concentrated cleaning agents and agents containing strong oxidising agents (anti-mould and bleaching agents). These agents need not be used directly on the products. The use of these products should be avoided in areas with limited ventilation – evaporated chlorinated compounds may condense on the surface and damage it. If it is necessary to use these cleaning or disinfecting agents, ensure that the area is well ventilated and that the surfaces to be cleaned are rinsed well and quickly!
d) d) the use of building chemistry products designed for cleaning, for example, paving from building materials which exhibit significant corrosive aggressiveness
e) e) use of liquid or paste sands that contain abrasive particles! Any roughened cleaning agents should be avoided as they may cause scratches. Under no circumstances should steel wool be used. It releases iron particles which damage the surface.
f) f) use of immersion baths for cleaning silver! These contain strong acids or chlorides and are also totally unsuitable for cleaning chrome-plated or stainless steel products.
g) g) in the case of cleaning surfaces with cleaning agents where the composition is unknown, which could damage the top layer of the finish. Cooking salt is also harmful.
3.8 The use of inappropriate cleaning agents or improper maintenance will gradually damage the product, depleting its utility and aesthetic qualities, and may therefore lead to the rejection of the Buyer's claim.
4. Pictograms on NIMCO packaging – explanation of pictograms
4.1 Where it is not possible to display complete maintenance instructions on the packaging, symbols (pictograms) are used to indicate simplified maintenance instructions for the product. The symbols indicate cleaning only with a damp cloth, vinegar solution, and the prohibition to clean the products with chemical and abrasive agents, sands, etc.
4.2 The pictograms indicating the possibility to clean the products - with cloth, water, vinegar, or vinegar solution – "✔" have the following appearance:
4.3 Pictograms indicating PROHIBITION to clean products with abrasive and chemical agents and no use of dishwashers – “×” have the following appearance: