NINIX Lounge Table

NINIX Lounge Table

NINIX Lounge Table

Brand :Royal Botania
Product Code :NNXL 40T
Availability :In Stock
  • $1,030.00

  • Ex Tax :$1,030.00

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Care & Maintenance

Aluminum:

Simply use water and soft soap. Avoid the use of scourers

Stainless steel:

Since stainless steel is not corrosion resistant by definition, it is advisable to clean the furniture regularly with clean water and soft soap. This minimizes the contamination of the surface, including by metal particles known as airborne rust. In areas near the coast or close to industrial plants that produce an increased concentration of chlorides or sulphur dioxides, cleaning to remove deposits is extremely important. Inside use causes annoying stains, usually through fingerprints.

Glass:

Glass surfaces may be cleaned with classic glass cleaners. In the case of stubborn dirt and calcium deposits, the “Glass Heavy Duty Cleaner” may be used. Use only for serious contamination. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Extra protection from the Heavy Duty Glass Cleaner set is required.

Ceramic:

Ceramic table tops are easy to clean with a sponge and an all-purpose household cleaner. Afterwards, rinse and/ or wipe off to avoid streaks. Although the ceramic surface is extremely hard and wear-resistant, we do not recommend the use of cleaners with an abrasive or polishing action. Use only sponges, soft nylon brushes or cloths.

Teak:

Teak don’t need additional protection due to their high resistance. Nevertheless it may be useful to treat the wood so that it is less sensitive to staining. During outdoor use, the untreated wood will oxidise and develop a silver gray patina due to exposure to water and UV rays. Whether this natural process is desirable or not is merely a question of personal taste.

Designed by Kris Van Puyvelde
Materials
Frame / Base

Stainless steel:

Stainless steel better known as Inox, is an iron alloy in which the resistance to corrosion is increased through the addition of chrome and nickel. The principle involves the protection of the outside surface by chromium oxide and nickel oxide molecules. These molecules are uch bigger than the underlying iron atoms, which prevents the latter from combining with oxygen to form iron oxides – better known as rust. This passive layer protects the precious steel and is self-renewing.

Aluminum:

Aluminium is a non-ferrous metal, which combines great mechanical rigidity with light weight; this makes it especially suitable for making furniture. If treated correctly it has a good resistance to corrosion. One of the treatments is powder coating. After a chemical pre-treatment an epoxy powder is applied statically and baked. The advantages are easy cleaning and endless colour variations.

Table Top

Glass:

Glass: Its resistance to staining and scratching makes glass a highly suitable material when making tabletops for outdoor furniture. The white, pearl gray, cafe latte and black versions have a matt acid-washed finish, which are even more scratch and fingerprint resistant as shiny surfaces.

Ceramic:

Ceramic table tops are made of inorganic materials that crystallise at very high temperatures and are thus very hard and resistant to wear.

Teak:

Teak is a tropical hardwood with great stability due to minimal moisture absorption. It is extremely resistant to the influences of chemicals, as well as against attacks by vermin.

Specifications
Width 33"
Depth/Length 16"
Height 11"
Weight 43 lbs

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