How to maintain solid wood furniture


At present, solid wood homes are popular with consumers […]

At present, solid wood homes are popular with consumers, and the quality of their daily maintenance is directly related to the life of solid wood furniture. Here are some tips for the maintenance of solid wood furniture.
First, care should be taken to clean and maintain the furniture surface. The surface of solid wood furniture is painted with paint, which is particularly important for the maintenance and maintenance of its paint film. Once the paint film is damaged, it will not only affect the aesthetics, but also further affect the internal structure of the product, so the furniture should always be kept clean. Every day, gently wipe away the dust on the surface of the furniture with a pure cotton dry soft cloth. At regular intervals, use a wet cotton cloth that has been wrung out to wipe away the dust on the corners of the furniture carefully, and then wipe it with a clean, dry soft cotton cloth . Usually, after drying, you can also coat the furniture with a thin layer of high-quality light wax, and gently rub it like a leather to test the gloss. This not only maintains the solid wood furniture, but also increases its brightness, but you must be careful when choosing light wax, and you must not use inferior products containing chemical corrosion ingredients.
Secondly, avoid removing stains with alcohol, gasoline or other chemical solvents. If there is a stain on the surface of solid wood furniture, do not rub it vigorously. Use warm tea water to gently remove the stain. After the water evaporates, apply a little light wax on the original part, and then lightly test it several times to form a protective film. Always pay attention not to let hard metal products or other sharp objects hit the furniture and protect the surface from scratches. In addition, if the room is flooded in summer, it is advisable to use thin rubber pads to separate the parts of the furniture that are in contact with the ground, and at the same time keep the wall-to-wall parts of the furniture at a distance of 0.5-1 cm.
 In addition, solid wood furniture should be kept away from heat and direct sunlight. In winter, place the furniture at a distance of about 1 meter from the heating current to avoid long-term baking, so as to prevent local dry cracking and deformation of the wood. Outdoor furniture should be prevented from being exposed to the whole or part of the furniture for a long time. It should be placed in a place that can avoid direct sunlight, or use transparent sheer curtains to separate the sunlight.

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