Dusting the wooden desk tops is always important. Dust the table top regularly and you can thus remove the airborne deposits building up in a filmy layer, which can scratch the surface if you let them for too long. When dusting wooden table, use only clean, soft, dry clothes or feather dusters. Slightly damp cloth is better so the dust won’t be scattered into the air and finds its way back to land on furniture surface.
There are several tools you can use to dust the wood desk tops. However, the most recommended one is treated cloth. Soft and non-scratching cloths can pick up and hold dirt. They are used instead of silicon sprays as they should be avoided at all cost when it comes to dusting fine wood furniture. Alternatively, use soft and lint-free cloths that are slightly dampened to trap dust. After dusting with a damp cloth, finish your work by wiping up the surface with a clean and dry terry towel.
To clean the wooden furniture, it’s never recommended to use all-purpose cleaning sprays, unless the piece of furniture has a plastic coating, which is common in kitchen tables and kid’s furniture. Avoid cleaning wood table with water. However, if you find sticky spots staining the wood surface, treat them with water and soap. Dip the cloth in mild detergent or soap dissolved in water. Wring the cloth almost dry and then wipe the spotted area. Use a clean, soft cloth to rinse and dry immediately.
Remember that oil polishes don’t provide the wood surface with a hard protective layer. The oil does make the surface more slippery and can make the surface smear and show fingerprints. If you have used spray and liquid furniture polishes that contain silicone oil, be aware that the residues can interfere as you refinish the wood table tops with professional attention required.
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