Archive for November, 2011
Though the maintenance of hardwood furniture does not require too much of an effort, but if they are not taken care of properly, they may get damaged earlier than you might have thought of. Hardwood furniture can differ depending on the type of hardwood it is made of. Clean the hardwood furniture with products as instructed by its manufacturer. Certain chemicals may be harmful to your hardwood furniture, so be cautious.
Clean regularly because if dirt starts accumulating on the wooden furniture, it will act like sandpaper. The air around your hardwood furniture should be a bit humid; else wood would contract and expand a great deal, which may result in cracks on your furniture. Use the appropriate tools to clean the hardwood furniture. The vacuum should not have a brushes and beater bar connected to it, and the broom should have exploding ends. Micro fiber dust mops are widely used for cleaning hardwood furniture.