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Want your desk to love you as much as you love it?

Updated: Jan 31

Invest in a desk that's built to last! Our custom desks are crafted with durability in mind, ready to withstand the rigors of both home and office environments. While our desks are designed to be tough, a little care can go a long way in preserving their lifespan.


Frame: Keep an eye on your desk's frame to ensure it stays in top shape. Avoid clutter or items leaning against it, as this could lead to misalignment or motor damage. For cleaning, a simple soapy cloth will do the trick. Just make sure to wring it dry to prevent water from seeping into the columns.


Tabletop: Keep your desk looking its best by regularly wiping down the surface with a warm, soapy cloth to remove stains and dirt. Be gentle and avoid abrasive cleaners or vigorous scrubbing, as this could damage the protective coating and cause scratches.


Heat Caution: While our desks are resilient, it's best to avoid placing direct heat sources or cooking equipment on the tabletop. This includes hot pans or dishes straight from the stove or oven. Hot beverages, however, are perfectly fine!


Balance Weight Distribution: Ensure even weight distribution on your desk to prevent strain on the frame and motor. Avoid placing heavy items on one side of the desk, as this could cause imbalance and potential damage over time.


Adjust with Care: When adjusting the height of your desk, do so with care and avoid excessive force. Gentle adjustments will help preserve the longevity of the motor and ensure smooth operation for years to come.


Regular Maintenance: Consider scheduling regular maintenance checks for your desk, especially if it sees heavy daily use. A professional inspection can catch any potential issues early on and prevent costly repairs down the line.


By following these simple care tips and investing in regular maintenance, you can ensure that your custom desk remains a stylish and functional centerpiece in your space for years to come.



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