Keeping your furniture clean and in pristine condition is what we do. Not only do we keep your furniture clean, we also ensure that every wooden thing in your home and on your building is cleaned. A healthy and livable environment is what we are after. The quality of a wood can last for a lifetime if properly maintained and taken care of. Even the best woods that are of excellent quality are still vulnerable to scratches, stains, and molds. With the special cleaning techniques that we use at Pressure Washing Chesapeake, you will enjoy your wooden furniture for a very long time.
When buying furniture, it is important to request for specific cleaning guidelines that is suitable to the kind of wood it is made from in order to have it properly maintained. The proper way to keep wooden furniture in tip top shape is by protecting it from termites, insects, molds, and dust. Ensure that it is dusted and cleaned always because airborne element can destroy the wood by scratching its surface as it settles on it. It is necessary to place a barrier between your wooden tables before placing hot things on them or when setting mugs, saucers, or glasses on wooden tables.
Environmental damages like sun, and heat can damage the wood and make its color fade and unattractive. Placing furniture directly towards sunlight, near fireplaces or vents can damage it and reduce its lifespan. If you are going to place your furniture near the window, ensure that the window is draped with thick curtains that will prevent sun rays from entering the room. Dust is one of the major environmental elements that wreak havoc on woods. If you are going to dust your wood, ensure that a soft cotton cloth is used in order to avoid scratches.
Polishing is the best and most effective way to keep your wood glossy, shiny and well protected. Polishes usually contain silicone oil or petroleum distillate for the purpose of achieving the desired shiny and fresh finish. It is important not to use too much of it on wood to avoid complication like buildup of filmy and sticky dirt on its surface. Another way to protect your wood is by treating wear and tear. If you use wooden furniture for so long, scratches and injuries are inevitable. The best way to keep your furniture is by giving it the required treatment it deserves.
How to Clean Tough Stains
Removing tough stains can be very stressful but there are tricks that can help make the process less stressful. It is safe to take note of the fact that the longer you leave a stain, the harder it will be to remove. To remove white rings caused by wet glasses, you can make a paste using toothpaste and baking soda, and then apply it to the ring by rubbing it into the stain till it vanishes. To remove dark spots cause by water, just put an adequate quantity of vinegar on a piece of cotton and rub it on the spot. For other colorful stains by food, crayon, you can put mayonnaise over the area and wipe it away after some minutes.