How to maintain rattan furniture in winter

Source:Wuyi Husen Leisure Products Co., Ltd., Publication time:2020-01-17

Rattan has strong plasticity and durability, and has become one of the raw materials of choice for outdoor furniture. Modern outdoor rattan tables and chairs can be roughly divided into two categories, one is real rattan, and the other is imitation rattan.

As its name implies, real rattan material refers to outdoor furniture made of pure wood rattan after anti-corrosion treatment. Due to the high cost of raw materials and processing, and the difficulty of maintenance, it has gradually been replaced by rattan in the field of outdoor furniture.

Due to the characteristics of solid wood, rattan outdoor tables and chairs often have higher requirements on the surrounding environment. In daily use, it should be placed in an outdoor environment with suitable temperature and humidity. At the same time, care must be taken to avoid damage such as collision. However, due to the dry climate in northern China and the large temperature difference between day and night, outdoor rattan tables and chairs often mold, crack naturally, or even be damaged by tapeworms.

When maintaining rattan tables and chairs outdoors, if you find any cracks, you should contact the service staff of the quasi-industry for repair. If you use it for a long time, you should regularly buy paint materials such as wood paint and spray the paint evenly on the surface, usually once a year. Fractures are caused by wear and should be purchased and replaced.

As the use time in winter is not long, it is recommended that you clean up the dust and impurities last year, and then cover the pure rattan outdoor tables and chairs, the light curtain with vents, or place it in an indoor environment with suitable temperature and humidity.

Outdoor rattan tables and chairs are made of PE, PVC and other materials. Durable, waterproof, sun-proof, mildew-proof, moth-proof, environmental protection, and health, which greatly reduces the difficulty of maintenance, and is accepted by more and more consumers in the north.

When cleaning rattan tables and chairs, wipe the dust off the surface first. The space between the vines can be cleaned with a soft bristle brush. Do not use aggressive, high-concentration cleaners. Use low-concentration cleaners. Finally, rinse with water and dry. Cover it with a light-permeable and breathable cloth curtain, or put it in a cool and ventilated indoor environment.