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Clean Wooden Furniture

Do make sure that you are actually acquainting yourself with the tips to maintain wooden furniture sets without fail. Hope this particular primer will be of help – definite help

Before we start, we will like to clarify that it doesn’t really cost you a fortune to maintain wooden furniture. Just a few simple cleaning measures will be of help. However, do ensure that you’re adopting a regular maintenance regime without fail.

Collect your cleaning supplies in one place. A vacuum cleaner, a bucket, capable of holding a gallon of water, rags and a soft cloth and vinegar (white) are just a few of the items that you would need for cleaning purposes. If you are interested in polishing the wooden piece as well you can use your vegetable or olive oil.

Do make sure that you are only making use of clothes that have not been used for cleaning other materials before.

Make sure you are emptying some area for wood furniture cleaning. You can imagine the kind of space required for cleaning wooden beds or sofa sets. So, do act accordingly.

The vacuum will be needed to free the furniture set of the dust. Use the cleaner and the brush attached to it to remove the dust from the surfaces and cracks – very gently. The attachment, notably, should not really be noted for upholstery. This might as well lead to scratches. If you are cleaning a sofa set, then you would definitely like to remove the cushions before embarking on your task. Doing this will free up space and make it easier for you to carry out your job in an efficient and hassle-free fashion.

After getting rid of the dust, you can use a slightly moist fresh piece of cloth to clean the surfaces. Water and vinegar can be used for cleaning as well. Use a mix of half cup of vinegar in half a gallon of water for medium-sized surfaces. You can actually go on to double up that amount for larger surfaces. But please make sure you are not using too much of water on wood. It can rub away the polish and render your wood weak.