How do hotel furniture need to be maintained?

- Jun 26, 2018-

How do hotel furniture need to be maintained?

Rag clean

When cleaning and maintaining furniture, be sure to first determine if the rag is clean. When cleaning or wiping off dust, be sure to turn over or use a clean rag. Do not be lazy and repeatedly use the already dirty side, this will only make the dirt repeatedly rub on the furniture surface, but will damage the light surface of the furniture.

Care agent

To maintain the original brightness of furniture, there are currently two kinds of furniture care products, such as wax spray and cleaning and maintenance agents for furniture care. The former is mainly for various kinds of furniture such as wood, polyester, paint, fireproof plastic sheet, and has two different fresh scent of jasmine and lemon. The latter is suitable for all kinds of furniture such as wood, glass, synthetic wood, or melamine, and it is especially suitable for furniture with mixed materials. Therefore, if you can use cleansing and care products, you can save a lot of precious time.

Before using wax spray and cleaning and maintenance agent, it is best to shake it well, and then hold the spray can straight at a 45-degree angle so that the liquid components in the tank can be completely released without losing pressure. It is recommended that you gently spray on a dry rag at a distance of about 15 cm, so that once again wipe the furniture, you can play a very good cleaning and maintenance effect.

In addition, after the rag is used, remember to wash and dry it. As for furniture with fabric materials, such as fabric sofas and leisure cushions, you can use cleaning and cleaning agents for carpets. When using, first use a vacuum cleaner to suck the dust, then a small amount of carpet cleaner sprayed on a damp cloth can be wiped.

Avoid sunlight

Avoid direct sunlight. If fine wooden hotel furniture has been exposed to the sun, it is likely to be partially discolored, the wood is too dry, cracks are likely to occur, and the cane is faded and dried.1.jpg