How To Maintain The Longevity Of Your Wooden Furniture

Posted: October 22, 2013 in Furniture
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Maintaining your valuables is a crucial thing to do. Everybody wishes to see one’s household items lasting eternity. People wish their valuables to stay in perfect condition forever. However, it is really hard to achieve that without spending time on cleanliness and maintenance of their items. Not everything can be achieved by the item itself. You have to be wary and in constant touch with your valuable to see to it that its appearance remains intact.

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Wooden furniture needs constant care and maintenance. Not all can be taken care of by the material used in the making of an item. Even though the wood used in manufacturing is of high quality ensuring durability, still you need to give extra manual care to your furniture for it to last centuries.

Things to do for maintenance

In order to avoid a lot of maintenance, it is advisable to invest in the wood material that requires low maintenance. Typically oak, ash, maple and pine are excellent material choices as they require minimal maintenance. Follow the steps:

•    Determine the type of finish your item has. This gives you an insight on the type of polish and cleaners to use.

•    Do not be regular in polishing your item as it might spoil its texture.

•    Wipe it with a cloth to avoid dust formation.

•    Use dry cloth to avoid warping.

•    Always use mats and coasters.

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By following all the above methods, you could ensure longevity of your furniture.

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