Clean MEISTER panels occasionally with a damp (heavily wrung) cloth that has been previously washed in clear water.
Do not use any scouring creams or powders, as these agents can damage the surface of the panels!
If some stubborn stains such as grease or tomato sauce cannot be removed with clear water, you can use a mild cleaning agent or simply washing-up liquid and target the stain specifically with the damp cloth. Please use a soft, lint-free cloth and do not rub too hard. Then wipe with a damp cloth using clear water and dry.
If in doubt, try out the cloth and cleaning agent on an inconspicuous area beforehand.
The felt surface of the new MeisterPanels. style SP 800 system panels can be carefully vacuumed.
The MeisterPanels. craft EP 500 real wood panels come with a hard wax oil surface ready for residential use as a matter of course (apart from the Raw Oak raw surface). This makes the real wood panels not only perfect for use on walls and ceilings in living spaces, but also very easy to maintain thanks to the natural oil.
For the real wood panels, too, it is generally sufficient to wipe them down with a damp cloth that has been wrung out well. Be sure to use a lint-free cloth for this. Do not use any scouring creams or other harsh cleaning agents, as these can damage the surface of the wood.
Stubborn stains and minor scratches on the wooden wall covering can be partially repaired. In case of minor damage, the affected area can be lightly sanded beforehand.
Use Dr. Schutz Premium Wood Soap as a cleaning agent and Dr. Schutz Premium Care Oil for partial re-oiling.
For a truly individual look, you can paint, lacquer or oil the Raw Oak raw-look real wood panels to suit your own taste. Let your creativity run wild!
Please note that the raw surface should never be used untreated. The raw surface has not yet been treated ready for residential use and is therefore not yet sufficiently protected. In this video, we explain how to paint the panels.
The cleaning and maintenance of your individually designed real wood panels ultimately depends on the oil, lacquer or paint used.