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CARE for lacquered furniture

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For dry cleaning for furniture, use soft napkins made of flannel, velvet, cloth or special polishing cloth made of cotton wool impregnated with wax.

Dust easily sticks to such a napkin, and furniture is covered with a thin layer of wax.

Napkins retain their properties after 3-4 washing in the washing machine.

Instructions

1

Furniture, lacquered, in warm rooms should not be installed close to the balcony door or from frequently opened windows: due to the severe drying of the wood, the lacquer layer is covered with small cracks.

2

To avoid tarnish and cracks in the varnishSurface from the sun, apply a layer of wax on top that will absorb these rays. If this layer is still polished, it will add extra gloss to the furniture.

3

Spot from water on the varnished surfaceSprinkle with flour, and then with a piece of cotton wool soaked in vegetable oil, wipe until it disappears. Or polish the damaged area in a circular motion with a napkin moistened with a mixture of ethyl alcohol and vegetable oil.

4

On polished furniture very quickly settles the dust. Mix in a glass a little shampoo, antistatic, water and wipe the surface. Dust will be much less.

5

If you left a trace from a hot kettle orIron on a polished table, then take a piece of cotton wool, sprinkle with salt, soak it with vegetable oil and rub it in a circular motion until it disappears.

6

On old stains, apply a mixture of fine table salt and vegetable oil, after 4 hours brush it with a dry cloth and polish the surface with a woolen cloth.

CARE for lacquered furniture Was last modified: June 21st, 2017 By Zaaloysc
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