Services & Parts

Cleaning Products

Service and Parts

Services

Brass polishing and lacquering

We take apart, polish, and reassemble brass beds. Lacquering is also available. We must see the bed (or photo with size) in order to estimate the cost.

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Brass Bed Finishes

Parts

We sell:

Steel and brass furniture parts (in polished and natural brass)

Onyx parts 

Brass tubing

Brass and steel feet

Finials for furniture

Brass bed repair parts

Repairs

Repairs on brass and iron beds

We repair antique beds. We must see the bed (or photo with size) in order to estimate the cost.

Just bring (or ship) your Brass Bed or Brass Accessory to our warehouse in Richmond, VA and we will have it looking like new!

Caring for your Brass Products

1. Assembly:

We recommend using cotton gloves when handling and assembling your new brass bed to protect the fine polished finish achieved from rouge, polishing wheels and hand rubbing in the factory. Do NOT use ammonia, Windex, etc. or abrasive cleaners to remove fingerprints (see “cleaning” below). Place the fancy feet (if ordered) on the side posts and then tap the side rail joints to the rails with the light tap of a hammer or use a rubber mallet. Next place the cross slats equally spaced in thirds. Then attach the frame support legs with the screws provided. King size beds have a center support rail as well.

2. Cleaning:

We recommend cleaning with Maas polish and touching up with Maas polishing cloths. If you wish to apply a more permanent polish, use our exclusive Everbrite kits.We recommend cleaning with Maas polish and touching up with Maas polishing cloths. If you wish to apply a more permanent polish, use our exclusive Everbrite kits.

3. Care:

Avoid contact with hairspray, aerosols, solvents, air fresheners, excessive moisture, excessive heat & humidity (non-conditioned warehouse), etc. Keep sharp objects and sharp table edges at a safe distance to prevent scratches.Avoid contact with hairspray, aerosols, solvents, air fresheners, excessive moisture, excessive heat & humidity (non-conditioned warehouse), etc. Keep sharp objects and sharp table edges at a safe distance to prevent scratches.

How to Revive an Old Brass Bed

How to Revive an Old Brass Bed Determine if there is lacquer on it: You can test for old coatings by trying to clean a small area. If the brass or silver cleans easily with polish, then there is probably no protective coating on the metal. Remove any old lacquer or coatings with xylene or