Archive for the Stainless Steel Category
Metal is a hard, durable material, and furniture made of metal typically requires far less maintenance than wood. Use these tips to get the most from your metal furniture.
Brushed Steel leg plates are finished with a Hand rubbed Oil finish and sealed with a Clear Satin Conversion Varnish finish. With normal use the finish and sealer should never need to be reapplied. Brushed Steel is subject to corrosion, therefore we do not recommend outdoor use in coastal areas, or exposure to rain.
Stoneline Designs’ Quadrant line features brushed steel panels riveted to a wooden frame.
Stainless steel is known for its ability to be a clean surface that resists corrosion and rust. Stainless steel responds well to cleaning as long as certain rules are followed.
- Routine cleaning can be accomplished by buffing with a soft cloth. This is the least risky option for cleaning our stainless steel products. Wipe in the directions of the polish lines.
- If you’ve had staining or need to polish your stainless steel, a stainless steel cleaner may be a good option. Some of these cleaners and polishes can help minimize scratching and remove stains. They also can polish stainless steel surfaces nicely. Read the directions on the stainless steel cleaner and test in an inconspicuous spot. Be sure to rinse thoroughly and towel dry. After cleaning you should reapply a protective wax. Stoneline Designs uses and recommends Gleem by Saffelle. This product is a cleaner which contains a wax to protect the surface. All of our stainless steel tables are cleaned and polished with this before shipping.
Stoneline Designs recently completed this lectern for CNN’s “Inside CNN Studio Tour.” The lectern is constructed of Stainless Steel panels riveted to a curved Black Ash form. Wiring and microphone access is concealed inside the pedestal. Click here for more information about this lectern.
Stoneline Designs completed this glass conference table for a professional workplace environment firm in Raleigh, North Carolina. The table, from our Crescent line, seats 14 and includes a wiring trough running down the center of the table to provide power and net access for laptops. A sliding cover conceals the wiring when not in use. Our “Patterned Scratched” Glass finish complements the open, spacious feel of the conference room.
Stoneline Designs recently completed this glass conference table for a high-tech professional services firm in the Washington DC area. The client required a table large enough to seat 12, with a sophisticated look. They chose our Crescent line of conference tables with a “scratched” glass top.