1. Avoid direct sunlight. Although the sun in winter is not as strong as in summer, but the long-term sun exposure and the already dry climate make the wood too dry and prone to cracks and local fading.
2. It should be maintained regularly. Under normal circumstances, only waxing once a quarter will do, so that the furniture looks shiny and the surface does not vacuum, making it easier to clean.
3. Keep moisturizing. The moisture of wooden furniture
cannot be provided by moisture, that is to say, it cannot be simply wiped with a damp rag, but professional furniture care essential oils should be used. It contains orange oil that is easily absorbed by wood fibers, which can lock the wood. The moisture in the wood prevents the wood from cracking and deforming, and at the same time nourishes the wood, making the wood furniture shine from the inside out and prolonging the service life of the furniture.
4. It should not be placed in a very humid place, so as not to swell the wood when exposed to moisture, it is easy to rot after a long time, and the drawer cannot be opened.
5. Avoid scratches by hard objects. Do not allow cleaning tools to touch furniture when cleaning. Usually, you should also pay attention not to let hard metal products or other sharp objects collide with the furniture, so as to protect the surface from scratches and hanging wires.
6, to prevent dust. Generally, the relatively high-quality log furniture made of mahogany, teak, oak, walnut, etc. has exquisite carved decoration. If it is not cleaned regularly, dust will easily accumulate in small gaps and affect the appearance. At the same time, dust will make wooden furniture more difficult. Rapidly aging killer.
Due to the cold and dry air in winter, cracks and discoloration of outdoor leisure furniture will occur. When we use leisure furniture in winter, if we do not pay attention to maintenance, the furniture is prone to dilapidation and may lose the gloss of the furniture itself. This requires us to take good care of it and maintain it to prolong its service life.