1. Dust removal. Dust rubs the surface of the furniture every day and affects the beauty of the furniture. Use a soft cloth (avoid sponges or cleaning supplies, etc.) to wipe frequently to ensure that the furniture is clean. When cleaning up the dust, remove the decorations on the furniture and handle them gently. Use a dampened soft cloth along the wood texture to wipe the furniture. It is best to wipe it with a dry cotton cloth to prevent water vapor from adhering to the surface of the furniture. Avoid touching the surface of furniture with alkaline water, high-concentration alcohol, banana water, and boiling water to avoid damage or corrosion of the furniture.
2. Glazing. In addition to frequent dust removal, wooden furniture should also rely on glazing to remove stains and small particles to increase the aesthetics of the appearance. It is recommended to use a special furniture polish for regular maintenance of the furniture.
3. Clean. Pour a small amount of detergent 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 again until all the detergent is wiped off.
4. Waxing. Waxing can protect the furniture from moisture, scratches, and burns. It can make new furniture more shiny and old furniture. The furniture should be waxed regularly, every 6-12 months, with cream wax Wax the furniture. Wipe off the old wax with mild, non-alkaline soapy water before waxing, otherwise the furniture will become dull.