Gliss Master

Gliss Master

The Gliss Master series of wardrobes, designed by Vincent van Duysen in 2016, extends its possibilities, VAN DUYSEN offering a wardrobe with advanced features where the main focus is on the materials. Innovative finishes for the frame (Raffia), the back panels (Fine Grain or Raffia) and the doors (Graffiato bronze or silica). Absolute novelty: an all-glass back panel that is inserted into a metal frame where a patented hinge enables it to open 180°. Thanks to Glass doors and transparent glass side panels, fully glazed wardrobes can be achieved. Wood or lacquered doors with new (Niche) handles. New design for the raised sets of drawers, also in a doublesided version, featuring a practical handle (Hold) with Ecopelle or Fine Grain finish front panels. New Ecopelle and glass shelves with or without LED lighting. Molteni makes every effort, by running scrupulous checks on each item, to keep the original characteristics of the woods employed pristinely intact - homogeneity of surface, warmth and colour.


The product was designed for use in the home. Shelves have a maximum weight-bearing capacity of 25 kgs, evenly distributed. Do not step up on shelves and drawers. The invisible metal drawer runners have automatic return and a safety catch to prevent them falling out. The controlled closing runners have a cushioning system that stops the drawer hitting against the structure; the runners require no maintenance. In the presence of interior chests of drawers and trays for odds, do not close the doors without closing the drawers first. When opening interior drawers, make sure the door is open all the way, in order to avoid scratches or breakage. Weight-bearing capacity  is 25 kgs. Do not hang from the doors. Lacquered parts may leave colour on the cloth. This is not a defect and disappears once the paint that has been deposited on the surface during the drying phase of the painting process has been eliminated. Avoid impacts of all kinds against parts in plate glass. Avoid doing maintenance on components of the product yourself, contacting your retailer if anything goes wrong. Keep tops away from coming into contact with water or other liquids, even for brief periods of time. Borders should not be placed in the vicinity of sources of heat over 45°C. Any odours given off by the product, when unpacked, do not constitute a source of danger and disappear when it is exposed to airy surroundings.


  1. Raise the shelf
  2. Pull out and move shelf supports to the desired height
  3. Put the shelf back into place



For everyday maintenance dust with a soft dry cloth. For greasy, oily marks (fingerprints) we advise cleaning the surface with alcohol diluted in water, drying immediately with a soft cloth. For glass, specific products readily available on the market can be used. Products containing acetone, bleach and solvents should be avoided, as should abrasive products, furniture wax and hard fibre cloths (linen and synthetics) which could ruin and/ or scratch surfaces.  All these operations should be carried out with great care, avoiding heavy pressure. Exposure to direct sunlight can alter the paint or wood colour. For glossy finishes, continued maintenance in time may cause scratching and a reduction in the shiny effect.


In order to maintain the aesthetic characteristics of these finishes over time and avoid rust, regular, methodical and meticulous cleaning is necessary. For everyday maintenance, dust with a soft dry cloth. For greasy oily marks (fingerprints) we advise cleaning the surfaces with normal liquid detergents for glass. Products containing solvents and/or alcohol and hard fibre cloths (linen and synthetics) should be avoided, as they could ruin and/or scratch surfaces.


Use a soft damp cloth, preferably microfibre, to remove dust and then dry with a soft cloth. For more stubborn marks, use Marseille soap and a soft damp cloth. The rinse and dry everything. Do not use aggressive, bleach or solvent based products, as these can cause irreparable damage to the eco-leather. Do not put near heat sources above 30°.


Once discarded, neither the product nor its components should be dispersed in the environment, but rather consigned to public disposal systems.

Gliss Master

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