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Maintenance method of white furniture

Update:11-01-2021
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Tea Painted furniture is contaminated with dust. You ca […]

Tea

Painted furniture is contaminated with dust. You can use gauze to wrap some slightly damp tea dregs to wipe, or use a muslin cloth to damp a little strong tea or toilet water, and a little alcohol, gently wipe it, and then wipe it dry with a cloth. But after wiping the furniture with tea, do not forget to wipe the tea with a damp cloth dipped in clean water (note that the cloth is slightly damp). Because tea usually has tea stains, the residue on the paint surface will affect the original color of the furniture.

Toothpaste

When white-painted furniture is yellowing for a long time, you can use a rag to dip in toothpaste or tooth powder and gently apply it on it. Using the bleaching effect of toothpaste, the yellowing phenomenon can be greatly improved. But don't rub hard when wiping, because the abrasive in toothpaste and tooth powder will wear off the paint and damage the surface of the furniture. Remove the residue of toothpaste with a damp cloth and then dry it with a dry cloth.

White vinegar

Mix white vinegar and warm water at a ratio of 1:1 to gently wipe stains on the furniture surface. If the stain is difficult to remove, you can let the vinegar water stay on the stained surface a little, and then wipe vigorously with a soft cloth. This method is suitable for the maintenance of mahogany furniture and the cleaning of other furniture contaminated by ink stains.

Glycerin

When cleaning the furniture, put a few drops of glycerin in the water to clean more thoroughly. However, do not use soapy water or alkaline water, as this will affect the finish of the furniture surface and even cause the paint to fall off.

Beer

Bring about 1400 ml of light beer to a boil, add 14 g of sugar and 28 g of beeswax, stir evenly to make it fully mixed. When the mixture cools, use a soft cloth dipped in it and wipe the wood. After the stains are cleaned, wipe the residue with clean water, and finally wipe it with a soft dry cloth.

Lemon

If the polished or varnished wood is accidentally burned by heat and left a burn mark, you can first wipe it with lemon slices or a cloth dipped in lemon juice, then wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in hot water, and finally Then quickly wipe it dry with a dry soft cloth to restore the original brightness.

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