Polyurethane Moldcast Edges
Polyurethane moldcast edges are generally stain resistant to most compounds or staining agents found in the office, food and health care industries. Most food condiments such as ketchup, mustard, steak sauce, etc. will clean up easily.
However, bacteriostatic agents such as IODINE and BETADINE have the greatest staining potential and care should be exercised to avoid exposing this product to these as such stains can usually be only partially removed.
When cleaning, avoid harsh cleaners with abrasive additives. Never attempt to use sharp metal objects or sandpaper to remove stains. Do not use bleach to clean the edge. Do not use hard bristle brushes. All of these will cause permanent damage to the edge and or laminate surface and will void the warranty.
Leisters Contact Furniture recommends the following cleaning practices be used to help maintain the appearance of this product: soiled edges caused by normal use can be cleaned with a damp cloth or sponge and Clorox Clean-Up Cleaner with Bleach or Formula 409. For stains, if a scrub brush is used, make sure it is a soft bristle type to prevent scratching. Successive cleanings may be required using a soft bristle brush and 70% Isopropyl Alcohol.
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