Maintenance is necessary for furniture to stay new for a long time, so what aspects do we need to pay attention to during maintenance?
1. Pay attention to the cleaning and maintenance of furniture surfaces.
The surface of solid wood furniture is coated with paint, and the maintenance and upkeep of the paint film is particularly important. Once the paint film is damaged, it will not only affect the appearance of the surface, but also further affect the internal structure of the product. Therefore, you should always keep the furniture clean. Use a dry soft cotton cloth to gently wipe off the dust on the surface every day. Every once in a while, use wet cotton thread to wring out the water to clean the dust in the corners of the furniture. Wipe dry with a clean, dry soft muslin cloth.
2. Avoid using alcohol, gasoline or other chemical organic solvents to remove stains.
If there are stains on the surface of the furniture, do not rub it hard. You can use warm tea to gently remove the stains. After the water evaporates, apply a little light wax on the original part, and then rub it lightly several times to form a protective film.
3. Avoid scratches by hard objects.
When cleaning, do not let cleaning tools touch the furniture. Be careful not to let hard metal products or other sharp objects collide with the furniture to protect its surface from scratches.
4. Avoid humid environments.
If there is moisture in the room in summer, it is advisable to use thin rubber pads to separate the parts of the furniture that are in contact with the ground. At the same time, keep a gap of 0.5-1cm between the wall part of the furniture and the wall to keep it away from heat sources.
5. Avoid direct sunlight from hard objects.
Long-term exposure of the whole or part of the furniture to outdoor sunlight should be avoided as much as possible. It is best to place it in a place that can avoid sunlight, or use transparent gauze curtains to block direct sunlight. In this way, it does not affect the indoor lighting but also allows the soft light to add a warm and romantic mood to the room, while protecting the indoor furniture.