At Nam An Craft, we are delighted to supply ceramic figurines with outstanding work in amazing art and crafted with the highest quality. That’s why we understand that as a collector you will want to keep your handcraft ceramic statue pristine so you can preserve it for years to come. But that doesn’t mean your statue has to be boxed, never to be enjoyed. For those who are unsure about how to take care of their ceramic animal figurines, we’ve put together a simple guide you can follow, so that your figurine can be proud to be displayed in its best condition.
How To Clean Your Ceramic Figurine
Even the cleanest houses may find decorations a little unlucky from time to time, and your figurine is no exception. Many of our collectors get scared when cleaning their statues, as they believe they might spoil the colors or accidentally drop them. However, occasionally keep your statues clean, really making sure they are kept in good condition and look their best. In addition, no collectors would like to see their sunbeds collect dust.
To clean your figurines, simply wipe them with a soft cloth to remove dust particles. If they are accidentally sticky, you can wash them with warm water and a clean cloth. We do not recommend using any product or soap when you wash or wipe the statues as this may damage the finish paint over time. If you’re washing your figurines in the sink, use a plastic bowl with a folded tea towel on the bottom. Tea towels will help cushion the figurines from the bottom of the bowl, reducing the risk of breakage.
How To Maintain Your Figurine’s Colour
All of our figurines are hand-painted to enhance their life-like features and create a product we love. So as a collector you will want to maintain this color for many years to come.
Our figurines are coated with a high quality paint that preserves its color. However, if you want to protect it from color fading, we recommend leaving it out of direct sunlight. Move your figurine out of the window sill and place it on a shelf that doesn’t get much natural light throughout the day. Placing on a window sill means one side can be more dimmed than the other, creating an uneven effect.
Hopefully this article has helped you understand how to care for your figurines. If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us.