Category: Home Care Articles

If you own fine wood furniture, it is important to take proper care of it. With some basic care, your fine furniture can last for years, and stay just as beautiful as the day you bought it. Below are some furniture care tips on taking proper care of wood furniture. 1. Wood Furniture Care Proper […]

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When people think of anything related to teak, they usually think of how durable it is. And, even though teak furniture and accessories require pretty much little to no maintenance, you still need to take care of it in order for it to have that look that you really want. So, that is why you […]

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First, some background on PINE WOOD. Pine is a naturally soft wood which continues to “breathe”, based upon changes in the local (home, office, store, etc.) humidity and temperature. On the individual furniture piece there may be slight defects, such as knots,and shakes (small cracks in the surface of the wood). Some minor shrinkage may […]

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Removing pet hair can be a real pain after doing a little bit of research i found this article that could make removing pet a hair from your upholstered furniture an easier task. Removing Stubborn Pet Hair From Your Furniture. Pet hair on your furniture is one of the all time nuisances. If you have […]

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Tip #1 – Waxy Build-up When most people think they have a wax build up, most likely the culprit is a softened finish. Oil from your skin, food oils, and some detergents can break down a finish making it sticky, which in turn collects dirt and grime. If the problem lies on an area that […]

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In my furniture care blog you will find tips, articles, resources, videos and how to’s on anything to do with caring for furniture, furniture repairs, recommendations, floor care and  home care that will make looking after your home simpler and easier. Connect with us on our Facebook page and feel free to Like Us when […]

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Some cat owners are horrified to discover their cat is developing the habit of vigorously scratching at their furniture with its front feet. Not every cat will do this, but those that do can cause a lot of  damage to expensive furniture fabrics, and cause a great deal of frustration within a house proud family. […]

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Wicker furniture was popular during Victorian times and it’s just as popular today. Home catalogs are featuring wicker couches, lounges, tables, coffee tables, chairs, and plant stands. Most of the furniture is woven, but other furniture looks as if it has been knit with giant needles. What does the word “wicker” mean? According to http://www.naturalhandyman.com […]

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Laminate floors do not require much care, because they are coated in a special polymer that protects the wood sheets underneath. The simple regular care regimen for laminate floors involves vacuuming, dust-mopping, and occasionally mopping with a damp towel. Laminate floors, being very dense, can be kept clean quite easily, since dirt cannot accumulate because […]

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Many finer homes and businesses feature beautiful indoor and outdoor furniture made from teak. Although the obvious reason is the beauty that comes from teak, there are many benefits to choosing this type of wood. Saturated with natural oils required to survive the rainforest where teak grows, this wood is naturally resistant to rot, insects, […]

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