1. Dirt in the crevices
Use the makeup powder brush! Find the unused powder brush, brush out the dirt in the crevices, and then use a vacuum cleaner to clean it up. This method is particularly effective for rattan dining chairs.
The problem of scratched meals is the most common occurrence. The problem can be solved as follows: The colored wooden dining chair can be used to complement the injured area with dye. After the dye is dried, a layer of bright wax is evenly applied. Using wood floor repairing liquid can also easily remove the slight scratches on the dining chair.
3. There is white dirt on the table
To remove white dirt from wooden dining chairs, use cotton moistened with camphor oil to wipe back and forth along the traces of white dirt. If you want to remove white dirt on the glass, you can pour some scouring oil on the place where there is white dirt, and then wipe it off with old stockings.
4. The overturned soup causes color difference
For dining chairs made of woven materials, especially leather and cloth, if they are not treated immediately when they are drenched by the soup of food, they will cause color difference or leave stains. If the soup has dried out, try the following method: The wooden dining chair can be cleaned up with a hot rag, and then repaired with dye as the case may be. The leather part should be cleaned up with a rag first, and then use a special dye to complement the color. The cloth part is moistened with a brush with a concentration of 5% soap and warm water, brush off the dirty parts, and then wipe dry with a clean cloth.