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maintenance of furniture

by:Y&r Furniture     2023-05-29

Furniture is something we come into contact with every day. It is as important as our family, so we should cherish it, and pay more attention to its maintenance in daily life to prolong its life. Today, the editor of furniture wants to chat with you about furniture maintenance.

1. When the weather is dry, the interior must be drier. Our wooden furniture needs to be replenished with water. Simply, you can raise pot fish at home to increase the humidity of the air. In addition, you can also use a humidifier to not only maintain the furniture, but also increase the air humidity and air permeability.

2. Moisturizing should also be appropriate, not wet

Moisture is different from moisture. We all know that wooden furniture needs to be moisture-proof. Although it sounds a bit ambiguous, it needs to be waterproof while replenishing water. In fact, the two are not in conflict. Moisture-proof refers to more moisture, but hydration is only to ensure the humidity in the room, not to drop water directly on the furniture, or directly sprinkle it on it, which is definitely not possible. Excessively wet furniture is prone to deformation and cracking.

3. Dustproof in dry weather Because the weather is relatively dry, there is a lot of dust. Maintaining furniture is as important as maintaining the skin. While wiping off the dust on the furniture, put more pots of green plants at home. Dust plays a role.

4. Avoid direct sunlight. Most wooden furniture cannot be exposed to direct sunlight, especially pure solid wood furniture. The moisture content of solid wood furniture is not high. If it is exposed to direct sunlight, it will easily change color, crack, or even deform. Therefore, the placement of wooden furniture is very important. Avoid the position near the window to avoid long-term direct sunlight.


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