AVF Treasure Boxes are both decorative and functional. With a sleeker and lower profile as well as color added to the lids, the AVF Treasure Boxes are back and better than ever. Use them at the bedside to store your glasses, on your desk for pencils, or on your coffee table to display candy. The uses are endless and whatever treasure you use to display in your box will add your own personal touch. Store your Sunglasses in the Small Treasure Box to show them off as well as protect them. You can even use them as vases to show flowers by simply removing the lid and using it as an elegant base for the box to stand on.
- 6"w x 3.5"d x 3.875"
COLOR / MATERIALS
- Slate Grey acrylic
- It is important that you take proper care of your piece to ensure that it will last a long time without being damaged. It is recommended that you use a suede style chamois polishing cloth and/or a non-abrasive paper towel along with a cleaning fluid stating that it is suitable for use on acrylic.
- Do not place your piece on rough or uneven surfaces that can scrape the bottom. If you purchased a printed piece, the bottom of the bowl is sealed with a sealant, but it is not impenetrable and can be scratched. If a rubber bumper should come off, they can be replaced with similar new ones found at most hardware stores.
Please note that using any products containing ammonia, acetone or lactic acid will permanently damage the acrylic. Periodically, you can polish your acrylic piece to remove fine scratches and bring back the acrylic to its original glossy shine. We recommend using Novus Acrylic polishes and cleaners. You can find this product online or at selected retail stores.
- AVF Accessories are not suitable for dishwashers or for use with very hot foods and liquids and should be used in conjunction with the proper serving ware that will not scratch the surface.
- AVF Furniture and Accessories are not suitable to be left outdoors or long periods of direct sunlight and should be kept in a temperature controlled environment where high and low temperatures do not go below 60℉ or above 90℉