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How to Maintain Woven Bamboo Furniture?
How to Maintain Woven Bamboo Furniture?

How to Maintain Woven Bamboo Furniture?

Many people have seen woven bamboo furniture. In addition to bamboo chairs, bamboo mats, there are bamboo flooring, bamboo coffee tables, rattan sofas, dining room furniture and so on. Because the level of craftsmanship was relatively low in the past, bamboo has very few other uses besides burning fire. With the emergence of high-tech in recent years, bamboo has transformed into a gorgeous, more and more versatile, involving clothing, furniture, food, construction and so on.

1. Drying and ventilation of woven bamboo furniture is the most important

Due to the particularity of woven bamboo furniture, it should be placed in a dry place. If it is often placed in a damp, dark place, it will be beneficial to the reproduction of microorganisms due to humidity, which is prone to mildew. For large pieces of woven bamboo furniture such as bamboo cabinets, bamboo bookshelves, and bamboo recliners, the dirt in the crevices should be removed at ordinary times, washed with clean water, and dried in the sun. Especially for bamboo utensils that are not used temporarily, they should be washed, dried, and then stored in a dry, ventilated place.

2. Preparation before using woven bamboo furniture

If conditions permit, you can apply varnish and cooked tung oil when you first buy the woven bamboo furniture. This is not only mothproof, but also durable and beautiful, which is a good thing with multiple birds.

If you find that the woven bamboo furniture has insects, you can use the following methods to remove the insects: First, use an appropriate amount of sharp chili or Chinese pepper, mash it into powder, stuff it into the borehole, and pour it with boiling water. It has the effect of killing insects and can prevent insects. Second, use kerosene to dissolve a small amount of dichlorvos, mix thoroughly, and drip into the boreholes, which can also kill the borers.