We care for wooden furniture
How to easily and quickly get rid of stains, scratches, stains and other damages on wooden furniture.
Major issues1. Stains on the varnished surface of the table. 2. Scratches on a wooden surface. 3. Spray from perfume or hairspray.
Fast decision1. We remove stains on a varnished surface. If white stains appear on the table, most likely you put on it a hot dish, a flower vase with a wet bottom or just forgot to wipe spilled tea. Fortunately, this problem can be fixed. You will need a thin clean towel and an iron. Put the towel on the stain, set the iron to a low or medium temperature (without pouring water into it) and hold the towel on the table for a few seconds. (Make sure that the sole of the iron fits on a towel and does not touch the table.) The iron will heat the varnish and release moisture that has come under the varnish. Excess moisture is absorbed into the towel. Touch it to see if everything worked out for you. If necessary, repeat the procedure until the stain disappears.
2. We mask scratches. If the varnished surface often comes into contact with metal objects (cutlery, keys
3. We remove spray from perfumery. Hair spray and perfume contain alcohol, which, after prolonged exposure, dissolves the protective layer of furniture polish, which makes it cloudy and loses its shine. If spray from the spray gets on the furniture, wait until the drops are dry, then take a slightly damp cloth and dip in ammonia. Carefully process spots to remove sticky coating. Wipe dry and apply a few coats of polish. Places where the lacquer surface is completely destroyed may need to be restored.
To make it easier next time• Place serving napkins under cups and hot plates - one tablecloth may not be enough • Buy a marker to remove scratches from furniture and a means to refresh the surface, which eliminates water and alcohol stains and effectively hides minor scratches.
What you need:
- Thin towel
- Brazil or walnuts
- Soft rags
- Boiled linseed oil
- Furniture polish