Patio table chairs – antique wooden furniture has a special place in any home. This type of furniture has been often handmade and has stood the test of time. An antique wooden table and chairs are likely to have had a lot of use and need proper cleaning. Make sure your cleaning methods antique wooden furniture restores beauty so you can enjoy the parts in the coming years.
Clean a patio table chairs antique wood without damaging them, Begin with the least invasive method. To remove even bleaker, take the cloth and moisten it with warm water and a mixture of mild soap made of vegetables. Do not use dishwasher or laundry soap, as it can leave a film behind. Be very careful with the areas that have gold or silver leaf gilding. The parties must only remove dust with a soft cloth, not water.
Run the damp cloth over the surface quickly. Keep turning on the fabric to prevent the transfer of dirt to other sections. Repeat with clear water. Avoid getting wet areas that are cracked or exposed. Wipe completely dry. Place the pumice (abrasive) in a small tin and oil in another bowl. Immerse the steel wool in the oil and then the abrasive. Polish with lemon oil or furniture polish, if desired. Antique patio table chair furniture waxing should be done only once or twice a year.