Warranty and Maintenance

The production of porteamato doors involves a thorough selection of highly productive materials. The warranty covers imperfections or aberrations of their components related to the production phases that prevent their correct functioning according to UNI EN European standards.
Cleaning

It is recommended to clean the front-doors, both the wooden and lacquered ones, with soft and slightly wet towels, using the products listed below and avoiding too much pressure. It is also strongly recommended not to use abrasive sponges or acid products that would ruin the finishes. To clean the glass beading frame, engravings and pantographies, the use of a brush will be sufficient.
Wooden doors

Clean the surfaces with water, rubbing in the direction of the grain to remove deeply the dirt from the wood pores. In case of stubborn stains, use a mix of water and alcohol in a two-to-one relation between the parts (2*water, 1*alcohol) Dry thoroughly at the end of the process. Do not use furniture polish, acetone, trichloroethylene, ammonia or abrasive substances.
Lacquered doors

Clean always with soft and clean towels, slightly wet, use a mix of water and alcohol in a two-to-one relation (2*water, 1*alcohol). Do not use acetone, trichloroethylene or ammonia. In case of close proximity of a window, avoid, if possible, the direct exposure to sunlight. Wood is a natural living material that expands or shrinks under the effect of humidity; it dries and breaks at the sun; insects, mold and mushrooms might attack it.
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What may damage your doors…

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Sun


Avoid, if possible, the direct exposure to sunlight as it may change and/or discolor the lacquer/paint of your doors.
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Water


Both rain and aqueous vapor may damage the wood and trigger the exfoliation of the paint.
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Temperature


It is advised to keep the inside temperature between 10° and 35° degrees.