The saying "things aren't made the way they used to be" may have had furniture in mind. But it certainly does not speak for Plank Road or the Westwood Bureau. The Westwood is the taller of the two dressers in the bedroom collection and is built using the same solid wood construction techniques that Kincaid was founded on in 1946 - plus a few new bells and whistles.
All spills should be wiped as soon as possible, including food or beverage residue. We recommend a microfiber cloth dampened with one tablespoon of distilled vinegar to one quart of distilled water. Wipe in direction of the grain. Use clean, soft cloth to dry. Avoid the use of oily polishes or waxes.
To prevent color change, avoid direct sunlight for long periods of time or rotate often for even exposure. To avoid cracking, do not expose to extreme humidity or temperature. Do not place extremely hot or cold drinks directly on the finish. Avoid the use of rubber, vinyl and plastics such as placemats and lamp pads, which may deteriorate finish. We recommend using cloth-backed items for these purposes.