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How to prolong the life of European pine board?

发布时间:2022-07-26 11:25:44作者:爱格欧松板生产厂家

The raw materials of European pine board mainly include softwood, hardwood, fast-growing thinning wood, etc. Such as eucalyptus, Chinese fir, poplar, etc.

1. When the European pine board is used in a dry environment, it is more necessary to adopt artificial humidification measures, and it is necessary to wipe the furniture with wet cloth frequently. In addition, it is necessary to wax furniture regularly every six months to a year. When waxing furniture, it is best to use cream wax. Before waxing, wipe off the old wax with mild non-alkaline soapy water.

2. When the European pine board is scratched or needs to be repaired, the simple remedy is to use cotton balls to coat the surface of the European pine board with shoe polish similar to its color.

3. Remove the water mark on the surface of European pine board, spread clean absorbent paper on the water mark, and apply it with hot iron, salad oil, toothpaste, etc. Then drying and waxing; To remove white marks, it is best to use a mixture of cloth stained with soot and lemon juice or salad oil, and then wax it after drying, otherwise it will lose its luster.

European pine board can be used as an inner layer to reduce formaldehyde emission, or it can be directly used on the surface. Although the texture and color of European pine board are relatively simple, it has a unique aesthetic feeling in the eyes of designers. Because it is widely used in office and furniture industries, designers skillfully use the texture of Orson board.

Nowadays, every family decoration pays attention to environmental protection and health. If you like this soft texture and personalized style, or you need to shorten the decoration cycle and check in as soon as possible, you might as well choose this beautiful and environmentally friendly European pine board.

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