Acrylic surface can be scratched. That’s why, in most cases, we protect it with inset top glass. Glass is much more resistant. In any case, with the proper care, an acrylic piece of furniture will give you years of enjoyment. Just as you take pride in caring for fine silver or a beautiful wood surface, you will find it pays to take the simple precautions necessary to preserve is beauty.
USE a clean cloth made of soft cotton. Dust only with a soft damp cloth or chamois, wiping gently.
DO NOT USE Window cleaning fluids, scouring compounds, gritty cloths, or strong solvents such as alcohol, ammonia, acetone, carbon tetrachloride, etc.
POLISHING Use a good polish for acrylics, such as a static electricity remover. This cuts down on the dust that can be attracted to acrylic.
PROTECTION: The surface of your new acrylic piece must be protected from scratches and harmful agents. Use felt or rubber on the bottom of items that may scratch the surface and use drink coasters to prevent potential clouding by spilled beverages and spirits.
Acrylic surface can be scratched. But unlike most other materials, a scratch on this surface can be removed. Minor surface scratches can be visibly removed with Polier & Repair. For heavier scratches contact us.