ISA Rattan TV Console

Original price was: $990.00.Current price is: $950.00.

Teak Console in Natural Finishing with Rattan
Material : Teakwood, Natural Chicken Eye Rattan
Finishing : Natural
Dimension : W180cm D40cm H55cm


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ISA showcases the beautiful combination of rattan and teak wood. Evoking modern vibes, ISA’s solid teak body ensures its sturdinness, while maintaining its casual look with its the Rattan face. Its earthly color makes ISA very versatile and blend easily with any house style.

Care Tips:

  1. Indoor teakwood furniture requires little maintenance. Use cloth to remove any dusts.
  2. Subsequently, you can wipe the furniture using damp cloth soaked in mild soap and warm water. For more stubborn grime, feel free to use a soft scrub brush. 
  3. Let the furniture dry
  4. If there is any spill, ensure that spill is wiped out as soon as possible to prevent any permanent discoloration. However, teakwood is fortunately more resistant as it contains natural oil to repel water and insects.
  5. For the rattan part, use handheld vacuum/ soft brush to remove any dust. 
  6. Thereafter, wipe using damp cloth soaked in mild soap and warm water. Use clean, dry cloth to dry parts that are wetter and allow the rest of the piece to dry. 
  7. As rattan is susceptible to mold growth if placed in damp environment, you can wipe the moldy parts using a bleach and water solution. Use protective gloves when doing this step. For more stubborn moldy growth,  use can use soft brush. Dry your furniture with a soft cloth.


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