1, dust removal
Dust often, because dust will rub the surface of solid wood furniture every day. It is best to use a clean, soft cotton cloth, such as an old white T-shirt or baby cotton diaper. Remember not to wipe your furniture with a sponge or tableware.
Use a soaked cotton cloth when dusting, because the wet cotton cloth can reduce friction and avoid scratching the furniture. At the same time, it helps to reduce the electrostatic adsorption of dust, and is conducive to the removal of dust on the furniture surface. When moisture should be avoided on the surface of the furniture, it is advisable to wipe it again with a dry cotton cloth.
When you remove dust from the furniture, you should remove the decorations on the furniture and make sure that you move it gently.
In order to remove contaminants from the air, cooking fumes, stains during operation, and traces of residues from glazing, we recommend the use of special furniture cleaners. This solvent can also help remove excess wax and prepare for glaze.
Although special furniture cleaners can be used regularly without damaging the coating, we recommend using only 2 or 3 times a year. It is recommended that you follow these steps to clean:
■ Pour a small amount of furniture cleaner on a clean soft cotton cloth.
■ Wipe the surface of the furniture in the direction of the wood grain, then turn the cloth over and wipe it again until all the cleaner is wiped off.
■ Implement appropriate furniture glazing procedures.
Regardless of the detergent used, it is best to test small pieces in an inconspicuous place before thoroughly rubbing your furniture to make sure that your furniture painting has not softened or even been wiped off together, and there have been no other adverse reactions. .