We update furniture.
• A whitish coating or light circle on the furniture means that moisture has crept in. To get rid of it, sprinkle salt on the stain, slightly tamping. Cover with a towel and gently place a warm, but not hot iron on top. Regularly check the result until the stain disappears. • Small scratches on the tree can be removed with a shoe polish (shoe polish) by applying it to a cotton swab and carefully treating the scratches. If you can’t find the right shade, you can mix the colors together until you achieve the desired result. Shoe cream can always be washed off so that you do not risk anything. If you don’t have a shoe product on hand, you can use baby wax crayons.
• Spilled liquids. If drops of wax remain on the furniture, let them cool and harden, then put an ice pack on the wax. Clean the wax with a silicone spatula or butter knife, polish the cloudy stains with a wax paste or furniture polish. Always remove spilled alcohol, as it may damage the protective coating of the furniture.
IT'S SIMPLE To renew old wooden furniture, clean its surface with soapy water, apply a solution of turpentine and linseed oil (1: 2), treat it with a fine steel sponge and leave for 2 days. Then coat the furniture with wax paste.
• Sprinkle red wine stains with table salt, and then vacuum. Wipe off any remaining stains with a damp cloth and dishwashing detergent • Coat greasy stains with a thick layer of baking soda, and vacuum when oil is absorbed. Wipe off any remaining dirt with alcohol • Never cut off puffs that appear on the fabric (this problem is familiar to cat owners). Take the crochet hook and thread them inward. If the fabric is seamed, it is best not to sew it on your own. The seam will be unstable, because A special sewing machine is used for furniture upholstery.
• As a rule, leather furniture is covered with a protective compound, but over time this layer is worn out and the skin becomes sensitive to dirt. You can use any cleaning agent that does not contain chlorine or bleach for stains of dirt that have gotten into your skin. • Scuffs and cracks are treated with saddle soap, which is sold at horse riding ammunition stores. Such processing will not completely eliminate cracks, but it will reduce their visibility and visually update the furniture.
Gather a set of furniture care products and always keep it ready in a plastic container:
• Butter knife
• Colorless universal cleaner without whitening effect
• Colorless dishwashing detergent
• Pure ammonia
• Wax paste