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Clean the aluminum top and frame with soap and water and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaning agents.

Run Ash & Walnut Wood
Ash and walnut table and bench tops may be cleaned with a warm, soapy, damp cloth gently applied to the surface. Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaning agents. Periodic use of high-quality furniture polish is recommended.

Solid wood is a natural fiber, therefore it will shrink and swell with the seasons. Take care not to expose your ash wood to extremes in temperature and humidity. Wet surfaces should be dried immediately. Solid wood changes color over time under normal conditions of light exposure, but do not expose directly to sunlight and heat

Run Cedar Wood
Cedar wood table and bench tops may be cleaned with a warm, soapy, damp cloth gently applied to the surface. Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaning agents.

Run cedar wood has a natural oil finish, which will change color and patina with exposure to light and the elements, especially if used outdoors. To protect and refresh the finish, periodic application of linseed oil to clean and dry cedar surfaces is recommended. Apply an even coat of linseed oil with a brush and let sit for 30 minutes. Rub the oil into the wood with a clean, lint-free cloth, following the grain. Wipe away excess oil with a clean rag. If needed, sand lightly and wipe clean.

Run Felt Seat Pad
Run bench pad is 100% wool, and will shed naturally with use. Periodic cleaning with a vacuum, lint brush, or sweater stone is recommended to renew the surface of the felt.

Treat stains promptly and soak up excess moisture immediately with an absorbent sponge or cloth. For oil and water-based stains, use a soft cloth or nylon soft-bristle brush with upholstery cleaner. Avoid excessive or vigorous rubbing to prevent discoloration and damage to the face of the material. For insoluble stains (e.g. chewing gum, candle wax, etc.) use a plastic bag filled with ice to rub the stains until the substance becomes brittle. Use a clean, dull, flat knife to gentle remove the substance.
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