Should solid wood furniture be maintained in four seasons? How to maintain each?-Alice factory


First of all, it is certain that solid wood furniture should be maintained in accordance with the climate changes in the four seasons.

The maintenance methods of the four seasons are as follows.

①Spring: It is windy in spring, and there are various pollen particles, willow catkins, dust, dust mites, fungi, etc. floating in the air. These dirty things will be absorbed in every corner of the furniture. Do not wipe with a damp cloth or dry rag when cleaning. , Otherwise it will cause abrasion on the surface of the furniture. Do not clean it with organic solvents. It is better to wipe it with a dry cotton and linen cloth. For the dirt on the surface of the furniture, you can wash it off with mild soap and water, and then dry it. Wax is enough. ...

In addition, the temperature is changeable, the spring rain is very humid, and the climate is relatively humid. In this season, special attention should be paid to the maintenance of wooden furniture to keep the room ventilated. If the floor is wet, the furniture legs must be properly raised, otherwise the legs will be easily corroded by moisture.

②Summer: It is rainy in summer, and you should always open windows for ventilation. The placement of furniture should be adjusted appropriately to avoid direct sunlight and cover with curtains if necessary. Due to the very hot summer weather, people use air conditioners frequently, so air conditioners should be used smartly and reasonably to protect furniture. Frequently turning on the air conditioner can drain moisture, reduce the moisture absorption and expansion of the wood, and avoid the swelling and deformation of the tenon structure. The huge temperature difference causes damage to the furniture or premature aging.

③Autumn: In autumn, the air humidity is relatively low, the indoor air is relatively dry, and wooden furniture is easier to maintain. Although the autumn sun is not as violent as summer, the long-term sun and the inherently dry climate make the wood too dry and prone to cracks and partial fading. Therefore, it is still necessary to avoid direct sunlight.

When the climate is dry, keep the solid wood furniture moist. Professional furniture care essential oils that are easily absorbed by wood fibers should be used. For example, orange oil can not only lock the moisture in the wood to prevent it from cracking and deformation, but also nourish the wood and make the wood furniture regain its brilliance from the inside out.

④Winter: The climate is very dry in winter, which can be said to be the most taboo season for solid wood furniture, so more care should be taken. The climate is dry, and the window opening time should be shortened as much as possible. It is advisable to use a humidifier to adjust the indoor air humidity. There is a lot of dry dust in winter. The maintenance method for dust and dirt accumulated on the surface of furniture is the same as that in spring. It is worth reminding here that friends who often use heating should be careful not to place furniture near the heating, and avoid excessive indoor temperature.

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