Wooden furniture is most often chosen by those who like naturalness, practicality and cozy earth colors.
Wooden furniture is extremely valuable for its distinctive appearance and qualities. Furniture can last for hundreds of years. Even over a hundred years, wooden furniture can be successfully restored and brought back to life. Therefore, special attention should be paid to the care of wooden furniture in order to preserve the unique appearance and functionality of the furniture.
- Do not expose wooden furniture to direct sunlight as it will fade.
- Try to place wooden furniture as far away from radiators, vents and air conditioners as wood furniture is exposed to temperature fluctuations.
- During the non-heating season, when the humidity of the air is above 70%, wooden furniture also attracts moisture, expands, moving parts can start to interfere with each other, or even doors, for example, can sink out of space. dehumidify (turn on heating or use dehumidifiers).
- Some plastic or rubber items contain materials that can damage the finish of wooden furniture, which may cause stains, so be careful when choosing where to place them or use soft covers, cloths, and napkins.
- Change the positioning of items on wooden furniture – even if the furniture fades away, it will not have any bright spots.
- Try to remove any dirt immediately. Water can leave light stains on the furniture, and perfumes, alcohol, after-shave and medicines can severely damage the finish.
- When cleaning your furniture, try to use well-absorbent materials to keep it as light as possible.