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SAIGON INTERIORS AMERICAN, FRENCH, GERMAN and PHILIPPINE OWNED
LACQUER PRODUCTS TRAINING
American, French, German and Philippine owned lacquer finishing factory Established in July 2005 in Binh Duong Province (VIETNAM) 225 workers Leader in lacquer-finished furniture & accessories at combining traditional and our unique lacquer finishes with a variety of other materials including stainless steel, veneer, eggshell, mother of pearl, solid woods, fabric and other exotic materials to give enabling our clients to offer cutting edge designs. Items sold on 43 countries, on 5 continents Production for wholesale, retail and designers and we protect our clients proprietary designs. SI has its own design capacity, introducing new designs twice yearly, as well as offering OEM for those clients with their own design capabilities and for projects.
3.1. DESIGNS OF THE PRODUCTS Could be Knock down => save space for transport Customized designs
3.2. FINISHES OF THE PRODUCTS Variety of finishes Customized finishes 12 layers of lacquer
3.3. QUALITY No orange peel No finger prints No screw nails No cracking
3.4. CERTIFICATIONS CARB certificate type E1 (MDF) ALL US-EUROPEAN STANDARD We meet all current lead in paint requirements as well as standards for plywood, MDF and renewable wood. This capability has lead to increased business because many other manufacturers are unable or unwilling to comply.
4. BASIC PRODUCTS CARE
Lacquer's hard, shiny finish needs to be treated carefully to avoid scratches. The age -- and quality -- of your piece will determine the best way for you to clean it. The finishes on older furniture are delicate and could be marred or even stripped by the solvents in household cleaners. Modern lacquered pieces have a tougher finish. If you have an older piece, test any cleaner you use on a hidden area first. Dust weekly with a soft cloth slightly dampened with water, then quickly blot the area with another soft, dry white cloth. Never use paper towels or pretreated furniture polishing cloths on lacquer. Lacquer is hard but may be dented or chipped so avoid hard blows. Lacquer is glossy and needs to be treated carefully to avoid scratches. Wipe off any dust with soft clean dry cotton cloth. To remove finger prints, smudges or oil spillage, wipe off surface with a damp cotton cloth, using only water or mild soap with water solution followed at once by a dry soft cotton cloth. Strong Cleaning agents are not recommended for cleaning your lacquer item. Waxing is not needed but can be used. Lacquer items should be use indoors Take care when moving furniture and never drag the piece across the floor as this will cause damage to the joints.