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Care of Product

1. Avoid extremes in temperature or humidity, especially sudden changes from one to another or the stresses of non uniform wood movement can cause cracks. Burls and other highly figured woods are more prone to cracking than straight grained objects.
2. Avoid storing in direct sunlight, as ultra-violet light will affect the color, grain, and finish.
3. With pens, hand oils alone should provide sufficient polishing during continual usage. If stored for long periods, or if the wood begins to feel dry, a periodic light application of a hard paste wax can be applied, allowed to dry fully, and then buffed off with a clean and dry jersey material. Avoid any aerosol waxes as the propellant may harm the finishes.
4. Wooden bowls can be cleaned with a slightly dampened cloth and a mild soap, but must be rinsed with a cloth damp with clear water, and then thoroughly dried. A light coat of mineral oil or walnut oil can be applied with a lint free cloth, once the bowl has been dried, to protect the surface for storage.
5. Do not use wooden bowls for hot items or for liquids, and avoid direct sunlight for display or storage.
6. Pen refills can be replaced as needed, with commonly available refills


    • Slimline Style – Uses standard Cross style refills. Remove the refill by separating the two halves, pulling apart at the center band. Be aware of the grain orientation, such that the halves will return to the same position, making the grain patterns match, when the pen is in the closed position. Unscrew the refill, and replace, sliding the two halves back together with the grain figure aligned. If the grain does not line up, you can twist the halves until it is aligned.
    • Euro Style – Uses standard Cross style refills. Remove the refill by separating the two halves, pulling apart at the center band. Be aware of the grain orientation, such that the halves will return to the same position, making the grain patterns match, when the pen is in the closed position. Unscrew the refill, and replace, sliding the two halves back together with the grain figure aligned. If the grain does not line up, you can twist the halves until it is aligned.
    • Polaris Style – Uses a standard Parker refill. The refill is replaced by unscrewing the metal nib at the writing end of the pen.
    • Big Ben Style – Uses a standard Parker refill. The refill is replaced by unscrewing the metal nib at the writing end of the pen.


7. Screwdriver shanks can be recoated with a light wax to enable them to slide into the handle more easily after long term storage. Do not wax the bits, as this will make use more difficult in application. Avoid changes in temperature and moisture, and do not use any impact upon the wooden handle.
8. Do not immerse bottle stoppers, or any other turned wood objects, in water or use commercial cleaners for cleaning. If the object does get wet, dry it as well as possible with a lint free towel, and then let air dry slowly in a cool and dry area before storing.
9. Bottle or wine stoppers should be wiped dry after ever use, as alcohol or acids (such as vinegars or some oils) will affect the finish and stability of the grain itself. Periodically, a periodic light application of a hard paste wax can be applied, allowed to dry fully, and then buffed off with a clean and dry jersey material to renew the finish.


Corks that have become stained can be replaced with any center bored cork of a similar size, available at many local hardware stores. If unable to find the appropriately sized cork, please contact Rumerywoods.


Any purchased item that fail to perform due to a manufacturing or assembly process will be fully supported by RumeryWoods. Please contact RUMERYWOODS to determine a means of resolution of any defect or repair that is needed.


Ralph F. Rumery