Keeping your fine furniture as good as it was first set at home requires some prevention measures and regular maintenance.
As long as you follow these instructions, you can keep your fine furniture in a good state for a long time, which just adds a lifestyle and elegance to your home.
- Do not place your fine furniture in the direct sunlight or a damp area
- Wipe up spills promptly if any on your fine furniture
- Avoid placing your fine furniture directly under windows
- Do not place plastic materials (like placemats, notebooks and lamp bases) directly on your furniture, because some plastics may react with and damage the finish
- Dust frequently with a clean, lint-free cloth
- Remove accumulated dust or old furniture wax build-up with a soft, lint-free cloth which has been dampened in a solution of mild detergent and warm water
- Dry thoroughly using a clean, lint-free cloth and then apply furniture polish, wiping in the direction of the wood grain
- Polish every six months if possible
Your fine furniture is as good as it was delivered and placed in the right place at your home, and ready for lasting a longer time in history, if you treat it well as described above.