1, The temperature difference affects
The ideal environment for pine wood cabinets is between 18 and 24 degrees celsius and between 35% and 40% relative humidity. Avoid placing cabinets close to heat sources or air conditioning ducts. In the winter rainy season, you should pay attention to the humidity of the kitchen, avoid excessive evaporation of water and increase the moisture in the room. The water on the door should be wiped in time.
2, Avoid direct sunlight
Outdoor sun exposure should be avoided as a whole for long-term exposure to the whole or part of the cabinet. It should be placed in a place where it can escape from the sun, or be separated by direct sunlight. In this way, it does not affect the indoor lighting, but also soft light to add a warm and romantic atmosphere to the living room, while protecting the indoor cabinets.
3, To avoid hard scratches
When cleaning, do not touch the cleaning tool to the cabinet. Usually, be careful not to let the hard metal products or other sharp objects collide with the furniture to protect the surface from scratches.
4. Avoid removing stains with alcohol, gasoline or other chemical solvents.
If there are stains on the surface of the pine kitchen cupboards , do not rub it hard. Use warm tea to remove the stain gently. After the water evaporates, apply a little light wax to the original part, then gently wipe it several times to form a protective film.
5, Pay attention to the cleaning and maintenance of the cabinet surface
The surface of solid wood cabinets is painted with paint, which is especially important for the maintenance and maintenance of the paint film. Once the paint film is destroyed, it not only affects the appearance of the surface, but also further affects the internal structure of the product. Therefore, the cabinet should be kept clean. Use a soft cotton cloth to wipe off the surface dust every day. At intervals, use the wet cotton thread that wrings out the moisture to clean the dust on the corners of the cabinet. Dry clean soft cotton cloth can be dried, or apply a thin layer of high-quality light wax after drying, and gently wipe the luster like leather. This not only maintains the wood cabinet, but also adds it's bright. However, the use of light wax must be cautious, and must not use inferior products containing chemical corrosion components.