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Many people spend a lot of money to buy solid wood furniture, but they find that they are cracking one after another during use. The first reaction is that there is a problem with the quality of the furniture.
Cracking of solid wood furniture is a common situation, even the most precious wood will have a cracking phenomenon. So, what is the reason for the cracking of solid wood furniture? Today we will reveal it to you!
The unbalanced moisture content of solid wood
After the furniture is produced, the moisture content of the wood determines whether the material and shape of the furniture will change. Therefore, it is very important to control the moisture content of solid wood furniture. Solid wood furniture with a balanced moisture content will not crack or deform due to some environmental factors such as overcooling and overheating.
Climate differences cause cracking
Due to the different climates in different places, the moisture content of the air is different, so the moisture content requirements for solid wood furniture are also different.
Improper use and maintenance
Some people put solid wood furniture in direct sunlight areas such as windows, and long-term exposure can easily lead to damage and cracking of the furniture; some people move the solid wood furniture at will, causing friction, bumping, and damage to the frame; Use a towel that is too wet, resulting in moisture damage to the furniture.
Methods to prevent cracking of solid wood furniture
Preventing cracking of solid wood furniture requires maintaining a relative balance of moisture content in the furniture. You can use furniture essential oils to lock the moisture of solid wood and prevent furniture from cracking. Pay attention to the indoor humidity adjustment in the rainy season and dry season. In the rainy season, you can turn on the dehumidification function of the air conditioner. When the air is dry in winter, use a humidifier to appropriately increase the air humidity.
In daily use, but also pay more attention. When handling and moving furniture, pay attention to lightness, stability, and level; when placing furniture, avoid direct sunlight, and keep a certain distance from some heating equipment; when wiping solid wood furniture daily, use a soft, slightly damp cotton cloth to avoid Wipe with alcohol and chemical cleaners to avoid corrosion of furniture paint.
In short, for solid wood furniture, cracking is a common problem, and fission is a natural property of wood. For the fine cracks that have not been cracked, you can remedy them by yourself. Use glue to drip in along the cracks, and then scrape off the excess glue. If the cracks are serious, you will need to hire a professional to repair them. Browse through our product list and tips on how to prevent furniture cracking to ensure your furniture stays in top condition.
In the next issue, we will continue to provide you with popular scientific knowledge for popularizing furniture and provide you with specific guidelines when using furniture. We look forward to meeting you again.
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