Furniture Maintenance Tips

WOODEN FURNITURE MAINTENANCE
Although the furniture is impregnated, and finished furniture is flushed, solid wood furniture requires maintenance. In particular, furniture must be protected against temperature fluctuations, moisture and stains.

FURNITURE MAINTENANCE TIPS:
Do not keep furniture in direct sunlight, as this can adversely affect the color – it may start to dint;
Try to keep the furniture as far away from radiators or air conditioners as these furniture is damaged by temperature fluctuations-they can start to crack, crack;
Change items that are on the furniture to avoid unwanted and uneven color changes;
If any dirt on the furniture occurs, try to remove it as soon as possible so as not to stain;
When cleaning furniture, try to use good absorbent materials to minimize rubbing;
Never place on hot dishes on the furniture. The product must be protected – a cloth or tray is applied;
In the case of small scratches, it is recommended to use a household furniture polisher. On a thoroughly cleaned surface of dusty furniture, you need to evenly distribute the polish and wait until you are dry;
In case of difficult to clean stain or other damages the product must be polished. Mechanical grinding must be performed by a specialist.
Do not push the furniture and bring it to the intended place.

THE LARGEST ARROW OF WOODEN FURNITURE – SUN, DRESS, WATER, HIGH AIR CHANGES AND LARGE HOT AND SOUTH!

POLISHED FURNACE CARE
These are best cleaned with a specially prepared cloth, enriched with glycerin and aqueous solution. It absorbs dust, polishes the furniture surface. If a white stain appears on the surface of the polished table, someone has put a hot cup of coffee or tea. You will clean such a stain from cigarette ash and kerosene by yourself. To smear the stain, rub in place for fifteen minutes with a dry cloth. If you do not have cigarette ash, you can clean the white stain with a woolen cloth, moistened with spirits or oil. Just scroll in circular motion until the stain disappears. If there are water spots on the surface of the polished furniture, stain them with petroleum jelly and rub in a dry cloth a few hours later. If you have compote, juice or wine stains, you can clean them with cool coffee grounds.
From the wet glass or cupboard, stains remain on the wooden table. Rub them in the walnut kernel. After a while, when the nut oil is absorbed into the tree, wipe the woolen cloth. Blend the grease stains on the surface of oak furniture by using a mixture of warm beer, sugar and wax.

OIL FURNACE CARE

It is recommended to refresh the finish every half year or at least once a year, t. y to rent furniture.

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