Comprehensive maintenance tips for solid wood bathroom cabinets

- May 05, 2020-

1. The bathroom should be kept as ventilated as possible to allow the bathroom water vapor to evaporate quickly. It is best to do wet and dry separation in the bathroom to prevent water drops or water molecules from staying in the bathroom cabinet for a long time.

2. Solid wood bathroom cabinets should be placed in a location that avoids direct sunlight to prevent local dry cracks, deformations, and cracked membranes.

3. If the bathroom cabinet has the feet contacting the ground, use thin film to separate them, avoid the bathroom cabinet from directly contacting the ground, and make an isolation and protection layer.

4. When installing the bathroom cabinet, pay attention to the heat source area of the bathroom lamp, and it is best to keep it at about 1m with these heat source areas. It can avoid long baking and prevent problems such as deformation.

5. In relatively dry seasons, regularly use a six-point dry cloth to wipe back and forth between the door frame and the joint between the door core board and the back panel to ensure that water can enter the wood fibers and prevent the product from cracking.

6. Wooden bathroom cabinets have a weakness, afraid of insect bites. Because oak is naturally dense and has a hard texture, applying a bit of cooked tung oil on the surface of the cabinet can effectively prevent insects and ants.

7. Regular maintenance is required. If you use the bathroom cabinet regularly, maintain it once a week. For infrequent use, maintenance is performed once a month.

8. When the bathroom cabinet is dusty, clean it with a soft cloth. Wipe the cloth with a spray of clean liquid wax on the surface of the product along the wood texture, and wipe it inside and outside frequently, until the product surface is clean and shiny.

9. If there is a crack in the bathroom cabinet, you can use paint and pigment to stir and embed it, and it will not be damaged for a long time, but the putty and pigment must be the same color as the original pigment to avoid leaving scars.