Wooden door also heatstroke. Shengshi manor teache

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In midsummer, the heat is unbearable, and the wooden door used to be "heatstroke"! Shengshi manor introduces you several important summer prevention tips for wooden doors, so that your wooden doors can continue to be bright this summer

when the hot summer is coming, in addition to our own heatstroke prevention, wooden doors also need heatstroke prevention. In midsummer, the heat is unbearable, especially the oceanic climate in Qingdao, which increases the humidity of the air. And often at this time, the wooden door is prone to cracking, peeling and other "heatstroke" phenomena. Therefore, Shengshi manor will tell you some tips to prevent heatstroke, so that your wooden door can spend this summer brightly

1. (glass wooden door) when wiping the glass, do not make the cleaning agent or water penetrate into the gap of the glass batten, so as to avoid the deformation of the batten. Don't use too much force when wiping the glass, so as to avoid glass damage and personal injury. After the glass is broken or there is a big bump, it must be repaired by professional maintenance personnel

2. When using a wooden door, do not hang heavy objects on the door leaf or avoid sharp objects from bumping and scratching. When opening or closing the door leaf, do not use too much force or the opening angle is too large, so as not to damage the wooden door

3. When painting the wall, cover the wooden door to prevent the paint from falling on the surface of the product, which will peel and fade the finishing materials and affect the overall beauty

4. Do not often use hands with water stains (or other solutions) to open the door lock, so as to prevent the door lock from changing color. When opening the door lock or turning the door lock handle, do not use too much force, so as to reduce the service life of the door lock. Hinges, door locks and other frequently moving hardware accessories should be tightened immediately when they become loose. When the door lock cannot be opened properly, add an appropriate amount of pencil lead to the key hole

5. When removing the stains on the surface of the wooden door (such as fingerprints), wet it with steam and wipe it with a soft cloth. It is easy to scratch the surface with a hard cloth. When the stains are too heavy, use neutral detergent, toothpaste or special detergent for furniture. After decontamination, wipe it immediately. Don't often rub the edges and corners of the wooden door to avoid fading and damage of the decorative materials at the edges and corners. When removing dust from wooden products, if it is inconvenient to wipe with soft cotton cloth, you can use a vacuum cleaner to remove it. In order to maintain the gloss and service life of the wooden door surface, it should be cleaned and dedusted regularly, and its surface can be cured with a special curing liquid for wooden decoration products

another key point is that when purchasing wooden doors, you should consider paint, raw materials, hardware, environmental protection and technology comprehensively. After all, doors are a face of home and the first feeling of home, so you should choose them carefully. Moreover, wooden doors are not like furniture. If they are broken and don't want them, you can take them away directly, but if you want to change wooden doors, it's a very troublesome thing, and it takes a long cycle, Moreover, the original wooden door and door pocket should be removed, so it is recommended that you choose the wooden door with high cost performance at the beginning, which saves a lot of trouble

Shengshi manor always adheres to the development concept of developing environmentally friendly wooden doors and guiding green consumption. Imported precious wood species and the world's more advanced medium and low temperature dehumidification and drying and spray humidity control process have been adopted, with long drying cycle and significant internal stress elimination. It is also the first manufacturer of 100% pure raw wood doors in the country




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