Before entering the cold winter, I would like to share some common knowledge applicable to winter wooden door maintenance to help everyone maintain good health.
The room is relatively dry in winter, and after the wooden door has undergone a summer "baking" test, it is also prone to various soil and water discomforts in winter. Do a good job of moisturizing, so that the wooden door can have suitable humidity and temperature, and can also extend the service life of the wooden door. In fact, Chongqing Yipin Wooden Door believes that everyone at home can use daily cleaning and ready-made tools to moisturize the wooden door.
1. Use humidifier skillfully
Humidifier is a direct and convenient tool to improve indoor humidity. However, it is recommended that the humidifier is not too close to the human body, and it is more appropriate to keep it at a distance of more than 2 meters. The humidifier is also not suitable for being too close to other appliances, otherwise it will easily cause other appliances to malfunction. The safe distance between the humidifier and other home appliances and furniture is at least 1 meter.
2. Replenish water to the wooden door
In winter, you can mop the floor frequently, wipe frequently, replenish water on the surface of the wooden door, or perform treatments such as waxing, so that the wooden door can lock the moisture. When hydrating, consumers can buy some essential oils for wooden door maintenance. This type of essential oil can replenish the water lost in the wood fiber and form a protective film on the wood surface to prevent the evaporation of water.
3. In winter, pay attention to good indoor ventilation, keep indoor humidity, and keep the wooden door at normal room temperature.
4. In winter, the indoor temperature should not be too high (it is advisable to keep it at about 20 degrees). When using electric heaters or heating equipment, keep it away from wooden doors to avoid thermal deformation.
5. When removing the stains on the surface of the wooden door, you can use a soft cloth to wipe it after getting wet. If the stains are too heavy, you can use toothpaste or a special furniture cleaning agent. Wipe it off immediately after decontamination.
6. When using wooden doors, do not hang heavy objects on the door leaf or avoid sharp objects from bumping or scratching. When opening or closing the door leaf, do not use excessive force or open angle to avoid damage to the wooden door.
Although the wooden door will be affected in winter, it will deform or lose the paint, but as long as you pay attention to maintenance, you can make it work smoothly.