PROTECTING VENEER FURNITURE
As Natural Veneer is a wood product, so, it requires more attention than any other surfaces. If proper care is taken, the natural wood veneer will last long and keep looking beautiful. If you have a prized piece of veneer office furniture, you should start by protecting it from any damage. To maintain the quality of Flamingo Natural Wood Veneer, make sure to follow the cleaning procedures outlined here.
Condensation can damage the finish and create a shady appearance. If you have water rings, you can rub the area with naptha. This will remove the finish around the damaged area. Catch up with an application of oil or oil jam to totally erase the mark.
Don’t give spills a chance to sit
Veneer is applied using heavy-obligation stick, however, moisture can break down the paste and cause the veneer to strip off the surface. Keep moisture from getting underneath the veneer by rapidly and completely cleaning up any spills.
Avoid exposure to direct sunlight
Keep your furniture out of the reach of direct sunlight to avoid veneer damage over time. If somehow the furniture has to be kept under direct sunlight, make sure to move items on the top of it around from time to time. It has to be ensured that the entire surface is getting even amount of sunlight.
You can add a glass top
For the wood veneer to get protected as well to look brand new, you have an option to purchase a custom glass top for it. Be sure to add silicone bumpers between the glass and veneer so that glass isn’t directly on the wood.
THE BEST WAY TO CLEAN VENEER FURNITURE
Avoid harsh and abrasive cleaners and depend on basic soap and water. If you want to repair small scratches, you can apply oil polish and rub the area with a soft microfiber fabric until the scratch is never again visible. Otherwise, avoid the successive use of wax items to avoid develop and just residue the surfaces regularly.
CLEANING OF WOOD VENEER FLOORS
Veneered floors must not be treated excessively wet, as the surface will be damaged in the long-term and the veneer may even detach.
Minor scratches and scrapes can easily be made great in the veneer. They can be loaded up with hard furniture way in the shade of the wood and then coated with a matching lacquer or wood stain. A detached veneer can be stuck back on with wood stick or a special adhesive.
PLYWOOD AND BLOCKBOARD
- Use masking tape on the lines you’re slicing to prevent the plywood or blockboard from fragmenting.
- Utilize the second sheet of plywood / blockboard as a tear when no long straight edge is available.
- Not all plywood / blockboard applications require the same size nail or spacing between nails.
- The spacing of nails on the edges of a panel are as often as possible unique in relation to the spacing inside the panel.