How to maintain classical furniture? -Alice factory


How to maintain classical furniture?

One: adapt to wood

People’s health care must conform to human nature, and the maintenance of furniture must also conform to the nature of wood, which is the "temper" of furniture: in winter, every household in the north has heating. Too high temperature causes excessive shrinkage of the wood, leading to cracking. Summer is here and it often rains. Furniture should not be placed next to windows to avoid damp, swelling and damaging the surface and mortise joints in rainy weather.

2: How to prevent the desk from collapsing

There is a kind of plan case called the shelf plan case, also called the shelf case, the table is very long, thick, and heavy. Its table and legs are not integrated, but detachable. Commonly known as "a piece of jade" in the north and "stem board" in the south, it was popular in the late Qing Dynasty. People generally use it to put heavy self-ringing bells or rock bonsai.

Three: painting

Because the southern climate is humid, in order to prevent moisture, the surface of Suzuo furniture is basically wiped with a thin layer of raw lacquer. When the paint is thinly brushed, it appears very transparent, which not only prevents the intrusion of moisture, but also does not cover up the beauty of the wood itself. The characteristic of Suzuo furniture is that the interior and exterior are painted, and the interior and exterior are protected. Guangzuo furniture is also painted with a layer of paint.

Four: How to maintain the desktop

There is a saying that goes well: "You can't make hot tea on a cold table." This sentence can be said to conform to the nature of wood, because the temperature of the environment where the furniture is stored cannot be cold or hot. For example, furniture with stone surfaces (such as tables, screens, etc.) cannot be placed outdoors in winter and in the sun in summer to avoid cracking.

Five: with table sets

In ancient times, expensive furniture would be equipped with table covers, most of which were made of cloth. For example, the imperial palace of the Qing Dynasty uniformly used blue cloth to make table covers instead of satin (in some upright official plays, satin was used to make table cloths, which was wrong). This was mainly because cloth had better water absorption properties than satin. The blue cloth not only absorbs water, but also sucks dust. At that time, it was called "Indanthrene Shilin cloth".

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