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Furniture (fine wood)
Wax fine wood furniture
NOTE: The tasks and timings shown here for your Furniture (fine wood) are based on a single-family home (owned), located in Massachusetts, United States, with priority set at ‘1 star' or higher, for all possible goals.
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The best maintenance for clear varnished wooden furniture is a coating of good paste wax. Paste wax is a very stable material that provides good protection from moisture and airborne pollutants.
Good quality paste wax is available in most hardware stores. A thin coat should be applied in accordance with the directions on the can. If brass hardware on the wooden furniture needs polishing, it is recommended that it be first removed from the furniture, so that the brass polish does not come in contact with the wood.
Between waxing, loose dust on the surface can be removed with a soft, lint-free cloth, gently rubbed over the surface. Dust is abrasive, and can scratch the surface, so care should be taken.
Prevents drying and deterioration of all wood finishes
Has variety of sizes, colors and designs to choose from
Absorbs and locks in dust without using a dusting spray
Avoiding Unscheduled Repairs
The benefits of this task is that it helps to extend the useful life of your fine wood furniture.
The cost of this task is relatively low. The time required will depend on the amount of fine wood furniture that you have and their ages.
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