Tips Treatment Rattan Furniture Indoor

Nov 10th

Rattan Furniture Indoor – Rattan is a plant species used in many places for the manufacture of rattan furniture. The same ones that gained special appeal and popularity in the ’70s adapt to many decorative forms, especially those that correspond to beach and field environments due to their appearance of ecological furniture. And although they are of a natural material, they are like all furniture and suffer damages by the environment that tend to stain or deteriorate them, so to clean rattan furniture,  we give you important tips to help remove the stains.

Rattan Furniture Indoor Sofa
Rattan Furniture Indoor Sofa

They must be cleaned weekly to avoid that the dirty ones are adhered to and an annual cleaning and a thorough and thorough cleaning. It is possible that, after a season with your rattan furniture indoor, you consider the possibility of changing color. This is possible if you apply, after having cleaned it, a different shade of varnish and that, previously, you have acquired in a specialized store. If you simply want to leave it the same color, it will suffice to use a clear, matte or gloss varnish. The most common way to apply varnish or paint is by means of a flat brush. You should keep in mind that it is only necessary to apply a small amount of paint on the brush and spread it well.

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To clean the rattan furniture indoor weekly, detergent should be applied and rubbed with water, and then dried using the dryer with hot air or moving furniture where sunlight does its job. For when it requires a thorough cleaning, after cleaning it as we have said thoroughly and in all its areas, you have to let it dry and lacquer it with a brush, as this protects better. You will only need a little mild detergent, preferably for dishwashers, a little water, a soft cotton cloth to rub, a bowl to work with, a firm but soft bristle toothbrush, a bit of boiled linseed oil, and a soft brush.