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CUSTOMER CARE

The quest for driving excellence is what Stevenis all about, the touch of quality and fine detail is what bring his sculptures to the forefrontof wood sculpture, unqiue in everyway waysteven shdate anmdti  to be at a very high standard.  Steven George Clark constantly invests his time in perfecting his expertise that drives his ambition to create a beautiful experience for his customers.

Over time, wood carvings accumulate dust and debris, especially when they’re out in the open. When left on its own, this dust becomes harder and harder to clean up. Regular cleaning and maintenance will keep your wood carving in excellent condition. However, sometimes you might need to remove deep-seated dirt from your carvings. 

Here are some tips to keep in mind if you want to know how to clean wood carvings.

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Caring for your sculpture

Follow these instruction to ONLY REMOVE LAYING DUST PARTICALS.

Sculpture cleaning instructions
1.    Take a soft, clean lint free cloth and gently work your way from top to bottom. Try and remove any excess           build up of dust . 


DO NOT USE WATER/ POLISH OR ANYTHING ABRASIVE TO CLEAN


2.    If you find you have ingress dust in a hole, gently remove the ingress substance with a wooden toothpick, 
DO NOT USE A METAL OBJECT OR ANYTHING SIMULAR


If you have stained, scratched or broken any part of the item(s), Please contact myself for further advise.  

 

Contact:stevengeorgeclark.co.uk   SUBJECT :ADVISE REQUIRED

If you have split a liquid, please get a cloth and DAB gently or place paper towels on the liquid to absorb the liquid.