Internal structure in Polimex (composite polyester/polyurethane material) covered with variable density. Cover in bonded velveteen.
Structure in solid wood and plywood with shaped polyurethane padding and cover in bonded velveteen.
Laser-cut, welded and painted steel. Feet tips in non-slip plastic.
BASE FOR UNDER BED BASE CONTAINER
Particle board panel with melamine veneer and handles.
FIXED BED BASE SPACER
- Fabric care
- Do not wash in water
- Do not bleach
- Iron at Max. 150°C
- Dry clean choosing low mechanical action
- Do not dry in tumble driers
- Product maintenance
MAINTENANCE OF FEET
In order to maintain the aesthetic characteristics of these finishes over time and avoid rust, regular, methodical and meticulous cleaning is necessary. For everyday maintenance, dust with a soft dry cloth. For greasy oily marks (fingerprints) we advise cleaning the surfaces with normal liquid detergents for glass. Products containing solvents and/or alcohol and hard fibre cloths (linen and synthetics) should be avoided, as they could ruin and/or scratch surfaces. Treat surfaces monthly with specific products for cleaning/polishing metals.
ADJUSTMENT OF MATTRESS-BASE HEIGHT (FIXED MATTRESS BASE)
It is possible to adjust the height of the mattress-bases, as is indicated in the diagram on page. 5, by using the appropriate spacers. Before positioning the mattress-base, make sure that all the spacers have been correctly positioned.
MAINTENANCE OF MATT LACQUERED OR MELAMINE PARTS
For everyday maintenance dust with a soft dry cloth. For greasy, oily marks (fingerprints) we advise cleaning the surface with alcohol diluted in water, drying immediately with a soft cloth. Products containing acetone, bleach and solvents should be avoided, as should abrasive products, furniture wax and hard fibre cloths (linen and synthetics) which could ruin and/or scratch surfaces. All these operations should be carried out with great care, avoiding heavy pressure. Exposure to direct sunlight can alter the paint and wood colour.
Linen Wear WF191
Linen is one of the most ancient and noble fibres used by man in clothing and furnishing. This fabric offers sobre, contemporary fabrics which are at the same time ancient. One of its main characteristics is its resistance through time. Linen becomes sophisticated when it takes on that particular “crumpled” look which gives it a nonchalant feeling of being “lived”.
Rodolfo Dordoni, architect and designer, was born in Milan, where he graduated in Architecture. His collaboration with Molteni&C has gone beyond the production of individual products and has become the creation of a collection for the dining room and night systems. These projects feature hidden high-technology in the products.