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TERMS OF USE & PRIVACY POLICY

LEGAL

The information contained in this Site is for general guidance on matters of interest only. The application and impact of laws can vary widely based on the specific facts involved. Given the changing nature of laws, rules and regulations, and the inherent hazards of electronic communication, there may be delays, omissions or inaccuracies in information contained in this Site.

Accordingly, the information on this Site is provided with the understanding that the authors and publishers are not herein engaged in rendering legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice and services. As such, it should not be used as a substitute for consultation with professional accounting, tax, legal or other competent advisers. Before making any decision or taking any action, you should consult a professional adviser in the applicable field.

While we have made every attempt to ensure that the information contained in this Site has been obtained from reliable sources, Versalink Marketing Sdn. Bhd. (225946-K) is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information.

All information in this Site is provided “as is”, with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy, timeliness or of the results obtained from the use of this information, and without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including, but not limited to warranties of performance, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In no event will Versalink, its related corporations, agents or employees or consultants thereof be liable to you or anyone else for any decision made or action taken in reliance on the information in this Site or for any consequential, special or similar damages, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.

Certain links in this Site connect to other Web Sites maintained by third parties over whom Versalink has no control. Versalink makes no representations as to the accuracy or any other aspect of information contained in other Web Sites.

Privacy

This notice relates specifically to those submission forms currently present on this website. Versalink will only use the information collected from such forms to assist and complete enquiries or problems relating to Versalink. This data will not be used for Marketing purposes and will not be passed on to any other parties. Once the matter regarding the submission is resolved this data will be discarded and not retained in any form of media.

PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION NOTICE

This Personal Data Notice (“Notice”) describes how Versalink (a partnership incorporated under the laws of Malaysia with its place of business at Lot 6119 Jalan Haji Salleh, Batu 5 ½, Off Jalan Meru, 41050 Klang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.) uses your Personal Data.

By engaging Versalink to provide services or by interacting with Versalink either at our events, conferences, seminars, talks or otherwise, or by using the Versalink website http://www.versalink.com (“Website”), you consent to the processing of your Personal Data by Versalink and all persons involved in the provision of services by Versalink.

In the event of any conflict between the English and other language versions, the English version shall prevail. Versalink shall have the right to modify, update or amend the terms of this Notice at any time by placing the updated Notice on the Website. By continuing to communicate with Versalink or by continuing to use Versalink’s services following the modifications, updates or amendments to this Notice shall signify your acceptance of such modifications, updates or amendments.

PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION NOTICE

Collection of Personal Data

  1. “Personal Data” means information about you which you have provided to Versalink, such as your name, address, telephone number, NRIC, email address, your personal preferences, particulars of your spouse or family members and bank account information and any information which may identify you, your spouse or family members that has been or may be collected, stored, used and processed by Versalink from time to time.
  2. In addition to the Personal Data you provide to Versalink directly (i.e. during your communications with Versalink and/or when you engage Versalink to provide services), Versalink may also collect your Personal Data from a variety of sources, including without limitation at any events, conferences, seminars or talks organised or sponsored by Versalink and/or from the cookies used on the Website.
  3. The provision of your Personal Data is voluntary. However, if you do not provide your Personal Data, Versalink may not be able to (i) communicate with you; (ii) provide you the services you require or (ii) access certain sections of the Website where log in is required.
  4. If you do not wish for your Personal Data to be collected via cookies on the Website, you may deactivate cookies on internet browsers.

Purposes of Processing

  1. Versalink may use and process your Personal Data for the purposes relating to the services you have requested and for the business activities of Versalink which shall include, without limitation:-
    1. to communicate with you;
    2. to respond to questions and comments from you;
    3. for internal administrative purposes;
    4. to provide information to regulatory and governmental authorities in order to comply with statutory and government requirements;
    5. for Versalink to comply with its obligations under law, including compliance with laws relating to evidence

Other purposes

  1. Versalink may also use and process your data for other purposes such as:-
    1. to send you materials such as newsletters, articles, write-ups as well as other updates;
    2. to distribute information or details of events, seminars, conferences and talks which mayof interest to you;
    3. to send as potential referees to (i) editors/researchers in ranking legal publications and journals; (ii) potential clients who request for referees of past work in Requests for Proposals, tenders, submissions;

Transfer of Personal Data

  1. As Versalink’s information technology storage facilities and servers may be located in other jurisdictions, your Personal Data may be transferred to, stored, used and processed in a jurisdiction other than Malaysia. Further, your personal data may be transferred out of Malaysia for the purposes as described in Section 6(c) where such ranking legal publications and journals and/or potential clients are located outside of Malaysia. You understand and consent to the transfer of your Personal Data out of Malaysia as described herein.

Disclosure to Third Parties

  1. Versalink may engage other companies, service providers or individuals to perform functions on Versalink’behalf, and consequently may provide access or disclose to your Personal Data to the third parties such as those listed below (not exhaustive):
    1. information technology (IT) service providers;
    2. data entry service providers;
    3. storage facility providers;
    4. banks and financial institutions;
    5. insurance providers;
    6. any professional advisors and external auditors;
    7. regulatory and governmental authorities in order to comply with statutory and government requirements.

Access & Correction Requests and Inquiries

  1. Subject to any exceptions under applicable laws, you may at any time hereafter request for access to,  or for correction or rectification of your Personal Data or limit the processing of your Personal Data, or seek further information from Versalink by contacting:-
Operations and Admin Manager
Lot 6119 Jalan Haji Salleh,
Batu 5 ½, Off Jalan Meru,
41050 Klang, Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Malaysia.
Email: info@versalink.com
Telephone No.: +603-3392 6888    Facsimile No.: +603-3392 3377
 
  1. In respect of your right to access and/or correct your Personal Data, Versalink has the right to refuse the your requests to access and/or make any correction to your Personal Data for the reasons permitted under law, such as where the expense of providing access to you is disproportionate to the risks to your privacy.

PRODUCT CARE GUIDE

General Tips

  1. When moving furniture, always lift the unit as opposed to dragging or pushing. Assistance is required to move the furniture to
    prevent any injury/damage to the furniture, as it can be heavy.
  2. Avoid changes in humidity. Real wood veneers are extremely susceptible to humidity changes.
  3. Do not sit on desk extensions, these units are designed only for the weight of modern day computer hardware.
  4. Avoid over loading cupboard shelves and glass shelves with heavy items.
  5. Uneven floors can cause the cabinet doors to be out of alignment. Doors can be recompensed if necessary by adjusting
    the hinges.
  6. Protect natural veneered products from prolonged exposure to sunlight.
  7. As with all furniture, never place furniture directly up against radiators or heaters.

Glass & Acrylic Care

  1. Glass Products
    1. All our glasses should be cleaned by hand wash.
    2. We recommend that a mild detergent is used, with small amount of hot water, together with a soft cloth or sponge and that the items are dried immediately. This will ensure that no “smears” occur.
  2. Acrylic Screens
    1. Wash acrylic screens with a solution of mild soap or detergent with lukewarm water. Use a clean soft cloth, applying only light pressure. Rinse with clean water and dry by blotting with a damp cloth or chamois.
    2. Grease and oil may be removed with a mild alcohol based cleaning solution. Test on a small area first.

 

  • Cautions:
    1. DO NOT USE window cleaning sprays, scouring compounds or solvents such as acetone, or lacquer thinner. These can scratch the sheet’s surface and/or weaken the sheet causing small surface cracks called “crazing.”
    2. Dust with a soft, damp cloth or chamois. Dry or gritty cloths may cause surface scratches and create a static electric charge on the surface.
    3. Protect acrylic screens and maintain its surface by occasional polishing with a good plastic cleaner and polish. Apply a thin, even coat with a soft clean cloth and polish lightly with cotton flannel. Then wipe with a damp cloth to help eliminate electrostatic charges that can attract dust particles.
    4. A static electrical charge can develop on acrylic screens cleaning.
    5. Several anti-static cleaners for plastics are also available which will reduce static electricity and dust attraction. Wiping with a soft damp cloth or chamois is all that is necessary to keep the screens dust-free between applications of these cleaners.
    6. Fine scratches can be removed by hand polishing. Apply a plastic scratch remover to a soft flannel pad and rub. When the scratches have disappeared, remove all residue and polish.

Finish Care

  1. Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC)
    1. All MFC products can be easy cleaned with a damp cloth and a mild soap or detergent if necessary, and buffed dry with a clean cloth.
    2. Never use abrasive powders of scouring pads to clean stubborn marks. In extreme circumstances a mild alcohol product may be used, however this must be followed by a damp cloth soaked in water ensuring no alcohol residue is present afterwards.
  2. Wood Veneers
    1. Wood is a naturally occurring product; part of its unique characteristic and beauty is that no two pieces can be the same. The depth and shade of colors and grain pattern vary from item to item.
    2. All our Real Wood Veneered products are lacquered in the manufacturing process. This strong clear lacquer is designed to protect the wood veneer form marks and day-to-day wear and tear, as well as making cleaning as easy as possible.
    3. Day to day care of your product can be achieved from gently dusting the furniture and polish with a soft, lint free buffing cloth.
    4. In extreme cases products can be easily cleaned with a damp cloth and a mild soap or detergent, but must be followed by a thorough drying of the unit, again with a lint free buffing cloth.
    5. Never use silicon or wax polishes that leaves surfaces residue.
    6. Never use abrasive powders of scouring pads to clean stubborn marks. In extreme circumstances a mild alcohol product may be used with extra care, however this must be followed by a damp cloth soaked in water ensuring no alcohol residue is present afterwards. This process must be followed by a thorough drying of the unit with a lint free buffing cloth.
  3. Metal Components on Furniture
    1. In most cases our furniture is designed with a certain element of steel and aluminium. This area of our furniture is protected and painted with a baked on paint process. All these surfaces are resistant to dirt as well as liquids. However liquids can discolor and stain the paint if left untreated as well as cause damages to chromium plated and lacquered steel surfaces.
    2. We recommend cleaning with a damp cloth and washing-up liquid, followed by a clean damp cloth, ultimately ensuring the metalwork is dry afterwards by buffing with a dry cloth.
    3. In extreme cases a thorough cleaning may be required. We advise cleaning using methylated spirits and again followed by a clean damp cloth, ultimately ensuring the metalwork is dry afterwards by buffing with a dry cloth.

Seating Care

  1. Fabric
    1. Upholstered furniture gets dusty and dirty and should be viewed in a similar way to clothing, i.e it needs regular cleaning.
    2. If snags appear, carefully cut off the loose ends with scissors or tuck back in. Never pull them under any circumstances.
    3. Upholstery can be lightly vacuumed or gently brushed to remove dirt and dust.
    4. Do not use detergents.
    5. Do not try and wash minor spills. If you spill something on the upholstery, simply act quickly and mop up excess liquid with a clean white cloth.
    6. Secondly, use a specialist fabric cleaning product – use in accordance with manufacturer’s cleaning instructions.
    7. Clean your upholstery at least once a year and before soiling becomes ingrained.
  2. Leather
    1. Leather needs very little special care, but to get the most out of your investment, you should follow the guidelines below.
    2. Irregularities in the grain, small scars and insect bites and other natural skin marks should not be considered as defects. Only real leather has these characteristics. It is perfectly normal for certain areas of leather to show signs of creasing and stretching.
    3. ‘Hide foods’ will aid with the suppleness of your leather product.
    4. Always protect the product from direct sunlight, as this will otherwise accelerate the natural ongoing discoloration process.
    5. Dust should be removed by vacuuming and wiping with a slightly damp cloth, using a solution of warm water and mild soap.
    6. Never place leather chairs and sofa’s against any heating source, i.e a radiator or heater
  3. Chrome and Metal Parts
    1. Chromium plated areas of seating and sofa’s can be cleaned with a cloth moistened with methylated spirits.
    2. Use with Caution! – Provide ventilation.
    3. Lacquered metal can be cleaned in the same manner as lacquered wood veneered surfaces.
    4. Painted aluminium chair bases can be cleaned with a soft damp cloth and a mild detergent followed by a clean damp cloth, ultimately ensuring the metalwork is dry afterwards by buffing with a dry cloth.
    5. In extreme cases a thorough cleaning may be required. We advise using methylated spirits followed by a clean damp cloth, ultimately ensuring the metalwork is dry afterwards by buffing with a dry cloth.
    6. Avoid contact with boiling water, high heat, flame such as cigarettes, and abrasives.
    7. Wash in warm soapy water and apply pressure where necessary, drying afterwards with a clean cloth.
    8. Never use scouring powder to clean the product – this will damage the surface area pattern and also leave white residue.

Disclaimer: Cleaning methods and guidelines that are suggested by the chemical and detergent manufacturer are meant for reference and guide only, Versalink will not be liable in the event of failure of any of these methods.

TERMS OF USE & PRIVACY POLICY

LEGAL

The information contained in this Site is for general guidance on matters of interest only. The application and impact of laws can vary widely based on the specific facts involved. Given the changing nature of laws, rules and regulations, and the inherent hazards of electronic communication, there may be delays, omissions or inaccuracies in information contained in this Site.

Accordingly, the information on this Site is provided with the understanding that the authors and publishers are not herein engaged in rendering legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice and services. As such, it should not be used as a substitute for consultation with professional accounting, tax, legal or other competent advisers. Before making any decision or taking any action, you should consult a professional adviser in the applicable field.

While we have made every attempt to ensure that the information contained in this Site has been obtained from reliable sources, Versalink Marketing Sdn. Bhd. (225946-K) is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information.

All information in this Site is provided “as is”, with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy, timeliness or of the results obtained from the use of this information, and without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including, but not limited to warranties of performance, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In no event will Versalink, its related corporations, agents or employees or consultants thereof be liable to you or anyone else for any decision made or action taken in reliance on the information in this Site or for any consequential, special or similar damages, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.

Certain links in this Site connect to other Web Sites maintained by third parties over whom Versalink has no control. Versalink makes no representations as to the accuracy or any other aspect of information contained in other Web Sites.

Privacy

This notice relates specifically to those submission forms currently present on this website. Versalink will only use the information collected from such forms to assist and complete enquiries or problems relating to Versalink. This data will not be used for Marketing purposes and will not be passed on to any other parties. Once the matter regarding the submission is resolved this data will be discarded and not retained in any form of media.

PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION NOTICE

This Personal Data Notice (“Notice”) describes how Versalink (a partnership incorporated under the laws of Malaysia with its place of business at Lot 6119 Jalan Haji Salleh, Batu 5 ½, Off Jalan Meru, 41050 Klang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.) uses your Personal Data.

By engaging Versalink to provide services or by interacting with Versalink either at our events, conferences, seminars, talks or otherwise, or by using the Versalink website http://www.versalink.com (“Website”), you consent to the processing of your Personal Data by Versalink and all persons involved in the provision of services by Versalink.

In the event of any conflict between the English and other language versions, the English version shall prevail. Versalink shall have the right to modify, update or amend the terms of this Notice at any time by placing the updated Notice on the Website. By continuing to communicate with Versalink or by continuing to use Versalink’s services following the modifications, updates or amendments to this Notice shall signify your acceptance of such modifications, updates or amendments.

PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION NOTICE

Collection of Personal Data

  1. “Personal Data” means information about you which you have provided to Versalink, such as your name, address, telephone number, NRIC, email address, your personal preferences, particulars of your spouse or family members and bank account information and any information which may identify you, your spouse or family members that has been or may be collected, stored, used and processed by Versalink from time to time.
  2. In addition to the Personal Data you provide to Versalink directly (i.e. during your communications with Versalink and/or when you engage Versalink to provide services), Versalink may also collect your Personal Data from a variety of sources, including without limitation at any events, conferences, seminars or talks organised or sponsored by Versalink and/or from the cookies used on the Website.
  3. The provision of your Personal Data is voluntary. However, if you do not provide your Personal Data, Versalink may not be able to (i) communicate with you; (ii) provide you the services you require or (ii) access certain sections of the Website where log in is required.
  4. If you do not wish for your Personal Data to be collected via cookies on the Website, you may deactivate cookies on internet browsers.

Purposes of Processing

  1. Versalink may use and process your Personal Data for the purposes relating to the services you have requested and for the business activities of Versalink which shall include, without limitation:-
    1. to communicate with you;
    2. to respond to questions and comments from you;
    3. for internal administrative purposes;
    4. to provide information to regulatory and governmental authorities in order to comply with statutory and government requirements;
    5. for Versalink to comply with its obligations under law, including compliance with laws relating to evidence

Other purposes

  1. Versalink may also use and process your data for other purposes such as:-
    1. to send you materials such as newsletters, articles, write-ups as well as other updates;
    2. to distribute information or details of events, seminars, conferences and talks which mayof interest to you;
    3. to send as potential referees to (i) editors/researchers in ranking legal publications and journals; (ii) potential clients who request for referees of past work in Requests for Proposals, tenders, submissions;

Transfer of Personal Data

  1. As Versalink’s information technology storage facilities and servers may be located in other jurisdictions, your Personal Data may be transferred to, stored, used and processed in a jurisdiction other than Malaysia. Further, your personal data may be transferred out of Malaysia for the purposes as described in Section 6(c) where such ranking legal publications and journals and/or potential clients are located outside of Malaysia. You understand and consent to the transfer of your Personal Data out of Malaysia as described herein.

Disclosure to Third Parties

  1. Versalink may engage other companies, service providers or individuals to perform functions on Versalink’behalf, and consequently may provide access or disclose to your Personal Data to the third parties such as those listed below (not exhaustive):
    1. information technology (IT) service providers;
    2. data entry service providers;
    3. storage facility providers;
    4. banks and financial institutions;
    5. insurance providers;
    6. any professional advisors and external auditors;
    7. regulatory and governmental authorities in order to comply with statutory and government requirements.

Access & Correction Requests and Inquiries

  1. Subject to any exceptions under applicable laws, you may at any time hereafter request for access to,  or for correction or rectification of your Personal Data or limit the processing of your Personal Data, or seek further information from Versalink by contacting:-
Operations and Admin Manager
Lot 6119 Jalan Haji Salleh,
Batu 5 ½, Off Jalan Meru,
41050 Klang, Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Malaysia.
Email: info@versalink.com
Telephone No.: +603-3392 6888    Facsimile No.: +603-3392 3377
 
  1. In respect of your right to access and/or correct your Personal Data, Versalink has the right to refuse the your requests to access and/or make any correction to your Personal Data for the reasons permitted under law, such as where the expense of providing access to you is disproportionate to the risks to your privacy.

PRODUCT CARE GUIDE

General Tips

  1. When moving furniture, always lift the unit as opposed to dragging or pushing. Assistance is required to move the furniture to
    prevent any injury/damage to the furniture, as it can be heavy.
  2. Avoid changes in humidity. Real wood veneers are extremely susceptible to humidity changes.
  3. Do not sit on desk extensions, these units are designed only for the weight of modern day computer hardware.
  4. Avoid over loading cupboard shelves and glass shelves with heavy items.
  5. Uneven floors can cause the cabinet doors to be out of alignment. Doors can be recompensed if necessary by adjusting
    the hinges.
  6. Protect natural veneered products from prolonged exposure to sunlight.
  7. As with all furniture, never place furniture directly up against radiators or heaters.

Glass & Acrylic Care

  1. Glass Products
    1. All our glasses should be cleaned by hand wash.
    2. We recommend that a mild detergent is used, with small amount of hot water, together with a soft cloth or sponge and that the items are dried immediately. This will ensure that no “smears” occur.
  2. Acrylic Screens
    1. Wash acrylic screens with a solution of mild soap or detergent with lukewarm water. Use a clean soft cloth, applying only light pressure. Rinse with clean water and dry by blotting with a damp cloth or chamois.
    2. Grease and oil may be removed with a mild alcohol based cleaning solution. Test on a small area first.

 

  • Cautions:
    1. DO NOT USE window cleaning sprays, scouring compounds or solvents such as acetone, or lacquer thinner. These can scratch the sheet’s surface and/or weaken the sheet causing small surface cracks called “crazing.”
    2. Dust with a soft, damp cloth or chamois. Dry or gritty cloths may cause surface scratches and create a static electric charge on the surface.
    3. Protect acrylic screens and maintain its surface by occasional polishing with a good plastic cleaner and polish. Apply a thin, even coat with a soft clean cloth and polish lightly with cotton flannel. Then wipe with a damp cloth to help eliminate electrostatic charges that can attract dust particles.
    4. A static electrical charge can develop on acrylic screens cleaning.
    5. Several anti-static cleaners for plastics are also available which will reduce static electricity and dust attraction. Wiping with a soft damp cloth or chamois is all that is necessary to keep the screens dust-free between applications of these cleaners.
    6. Fine scratches can be removed by hand polishing. Apply a plastic scratch remover to a soft flannel pad and rub. When the scratches have disappeared, remove all residue and polish.

Finish Care

  1. Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC)
    1. All MFC products can be easy cleaned with a damp cloth and a mild soap or detergent if necessary, and buffed dry with a clean cloth.
    2. Never use abrasive powders of scouring pads to clean stubborn marks. In extreme circumstances a mild alcohol product may be used, however this must be followed by a damp cloth soaked in water ensuring no alcohol residue is present afterwards.
  2. Wood Veneers
    1. Wood is a naturally occurring product; part of its unique characteristic and beauty is that no two pieces can be the same. The depth and shade of colors and grain pattern vary from item to item.
    2. All our Real Wood Veneered products are lacquered in the manufacturing process. This strong clear lacquer is designed to protect the wood veneer form marks and day-to-day wear and tear, as well as making cleaning as easy as possible.
    3. Day to day care of your product can be achieved from gently dusting the furniture and polish with a soft, lint free buffing cloth.
    4. In extreme cases products can be easily cleaned with a damp cloth and a mild soap or detergent, but must be followed by a thorough drying of the unit, again with a lint free buffing cloth.
    5. Never use silicon or wax polishes that leaves surfaces residue.
    6. Never use abrasive powders of scouring pads to clean stubborn marks. In extreme circumstances a mild alcohol product may be used with extra care, however this must be followed by a damp cloth soaked in water ensuring no alcohol residue is present afterwards. This process must be followed by a thorough drying of the unit with a lint free buffing cloth.
  3. Metal Components on Furniture
    1. In most cases our furniture is designed with a certain element of steel and aluminium. This area of our furniture is protected and painted with a baked on paint process. All these surfaces are resistant to dirt as well as liquids. However liquids can discolor and stain the paint if left untreated as well as cause damages to chromium plated and lacquered steel surfaces.
    2. We recommend cleaning with a damp cloth and washing-up liquid, followed by a clean damp cloth, ultimately ensuring the metalwork is dry afterwards by buffing with a dry cloth.
    3. In extreme cases a thorough cleaning may be required. We advise cleaning using methylated spirits and again followed by a clean damp cloth, ultimately ensuring the metalwork is dry afterwards by buffing with a dry cloth.

Seating Care

  1. Fabric
    1. Upholstered furniture gets dusty and dirty and should be viewed in a similar way to clothing, i.e it needs regular cleaning.
    2. If snags appear, carefully cut off the loose ends with scissors or tuck back in. Never pull them under any circumstances.
    3. Upholstery can be lightly vacuumed or gently brushed to remove dirt and dust.
    4. Do not use detergents.
    5. Do not try and wash minor spills. If you spill something on the upholstery, simply act quickly and mop up excess liquid with a clean white cloth.
    6. Secondly, use a specialist fabric cleaning product – use in accordance with manufacturer’s cleaning instructions.
    7. Clean your upholstery at least once a year and before soiling becomes ingrained.
  2. Leather
    1. Leather needs very little special care, but to get the most out of your investment, you should follow the guidelines below.
    2. Irregularities in the grain, small scars and insect bites and other natural skin marks should not be considered as defects. Only real leather has these characteristics. It is perfectly normal for certain areas of leather to show signs of creasing and stretching.
    3. ‘Hide foods’ will aid with the suppleness of your leather product.
    4. Always protect the product from direct sunlight, as this will otherwise accelerate the natural ongoing discoloration process.
    5. Dust should be removed by vacuuming and wiping with a slightly damp cloth, using a solution of warm water and mild soap.
    6. Never place leather chairs and sofa’s against any heating source, i.e a radiator or heater
  3. Chrome and Metal Parts
    1. Chromium plated areas of seating and sofa’s can be cleaned with a cloth moistened with methylated spirits.
    2. Use with Caution! – Provide ventilation.
    3. Lacquered metal can be cleaned in the same manner as lacquered wood veneered surfaces.
    4. Painted aluminium chair bases can be cleaned with a soft damp cloth and a mild detergent followed by a clean damp cloth, ultimately ensuring the metalwork is dry afterwards by buffing with a dry cloth.
    5. In extreme cases a thorough cleaning may be required. We advise using methylated spirits followed by a clean damp cloth, ultimately ensuring the metalwork is dry afterwards by buffing with a dry cloth.
    6. Avoid contact with boiling water, high heat, flame such as cigarettes, and abrasives.
    7. Wash in warm soapy water and apply pressure where necessary, drying afterwards with a clean cloth.
    8. Never use scouring powder to clean the product – this will damage the surface area pattern and also leave white residue.

Disclaimer: Cleaning methods and guidelines that are suggested by the chemical and detergent manufacturer are meant for reference and guide only, Versalink will not be liable in the event of failure of any of these methods.