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How to Care for Wood Furniture

Wood furniture is durable and can be passed down through generations. Even the best quality wood can still be damaged if it is not taken care of properly. Solid wood and epoxy resin tables are available for sale and delivery worldwide.

It’s a good idea for furniture buyers to request specific care and cleaning instructions. Here are some tips for keeping wood furniture looking great for many years to come.

Do not mistreat furniture

Avoid heat damage and rings by using coasters for glasses and mugs when placing them on wooden tables. Never place hot food directly on a trivet without a potholder or trivet to protect them. Use decorative placemats and a tablecloth to protect your dining area table from food spills.

Avoid environmental damage

Your fine wood can be damaged by heat, sunlight and other environmental factors. Avoid placing valuable furniture near open windows, vents, or fireplaces. Heat and light can cause wood to deteriorate and become brittle.

Keep your wood clean

Sometimes, dusting alone is not enough. You may need to clean your wood furniture. All-purpose cleaners can damage the finish. Use mild dish detergent to clean a sticky or heavily soiled area. Use a towel to wring out the excess water and then gently wipe the area. Follow up with a quick rinse with water and then wipe the area with a soft, dry cloth.

Protect your wood

Many commercial sprays and polishes use either silicone oil or petroleum distillates to give your wood a shiny, new finish. You should not use too much product as it can lead to buildup and dirt that creates a sticky, dull film. To avoid buildup, buff your skin well and don’t use wax protectants with these products. This will cause a sticky mess.

Treat Wear and Tear

Wood furniture can be damaged even with the best of care. Old English Scratch Cover is a good choice for minor scratches and nicks. This liquid polish conceals scratches and restores wood’s natural beauty.

Keep Wood Smelling Fresh

Older pieces can develop an unpleasant odor if they have been stored. To freshen up older pieces, you can use baking soda and place charcoal in drawers to absorb any odors. To get rid of the unpleasant stench, you can leave your furniture outside on a sunny day.

Get rid of tough stains

Sometimes, despite your best efforts and a lot of effort, it happens. Your beautiful wood furniture will get stained. It doesn’t matter what type of stain it is, it’s important to get it out as soon as possible. The longer it sits the more difficult it will be to get rid of.

Apply equal parts baking soda and white toothpaste to whiten wet glasses. It should be applied to the stain until it is gone. Next, rub the stain into furniture with a clean cloth.

Try gently wiping out dark spots caused by water damage with a cloth soaked with vinegar.

Apply mayonnaise to the crayon marks. Allow it to sit for a few minutes before wiping clean with a damp cloth.

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