How to maintain a solid wood coffee table

- Aug 03, 2018-

The coffee table is one of the furniture we are very familiar with. It is an important part of the living room furniture. It has occupied a place in the living room decoration with many styles and styles. The solid tea table is more and more popular with people. The more attention you have. So how to maintain a solid wood coffee table? Let the furniture fans make a brief introduction.


1. Wipe should be clean: When cleaning and maintaining the coffee table, be sure to make sure the rag is clean. After cleaning or wiping off the dust, be sure to turn over or replace it with a clean rag. Do not use the dirty side repeatedly. This will only cause the dirt to rub repeatedly on the surface of the coffee table. The reverse will damage the light of the coffee table. surface layer.


2. Choose the right care agent: want to maintain the original brightness of the solid wood coffee table, there are two kinds of solid wood coffee table maintenance products such as coffee table care spray wax and cleaning and maintenance agent. Spraying wax is mainly used for a variety of wood, polyester, paint, fireproof rubber sheet and other materials, and has a fresh floral fragrance. The cleaning and maintenance agent is suitable for various coffee, glass, synthetic wood or melamine plates, especially for mixed coffee tables. Therefore, if you can use a skin care product that combines cleansing and care, you can save a lot of valuable time.


3. How to use the care agent: Before using the spray wax and cleaning and maintenance agent, it is best to shake it first, then hold the spray can directly at a 45 degree angle, so that the liquid component in the tank can be under pressure without losing pressure. Was completely released. Then gently spray the dry rag at a distance of about 15%, so that you can clean the coffee table and clean it.


4. Avoid scratching hard objects: When cleaning, do not touch the cleaning tool to the coffee table. Usually, be careful not to let the hard metal products or other sharp objects collide with the coffee table to protect the surface from scratches.