How to Maintain and Clean Metal Furniture

How to Maintain and Clean Metal Furniture

by ehaitech |2019年1月28日 | Industrial News

CDG’s metal furniture are including Steel (Iron) and Aluminum two materials.

Normally steel furniture just can be indoor use only. But CDG’s steel furniture with E-coating or with Vintage finish, can be use for outdoor as well.

And our Aluminum material furniture can be use for indoor and outdoor use.

1.How to maintain metal furniture

(1).If the furniture made of Steel, without E-coating or not Vintage Finish, it is better use at dry interior environment.

(2).If Aluminum furniture and steel furniture (with E-coating or not Vintage Finish) use at outdoor, it is better use under umbrella or gazebo.And store away the cushions when you don’t us the furniture.

(3).Protect well the metal furniture’s surface treatment, don’t collide with hard objects.

(4).Clean the furniture surface regularly.

2. How to clean metal furniture

Metal furniture collects dust and grime just as easily as wood or plastic furniture, and has the added risk of developing rust.

Whether your metal furniture is used indoors or outdoors, it can benefit from a regular cleaning schedule to remove any accumulated debris.

So you can clear as the following steps:

1.Bring the furniture to outside in a sunny, dry day. Remove any cushions or fabric covers from the furniture.

2.Fill a bucket with warm water. Add several tablespoons of liquid dishwashing soap.

3.Put a nylon scrub brush into the warm, soapy water and scrub the entire surface of the piece of furniture.

4.Take an old toothbrush into the water and use it to scrub any grooves or corners that the larger brush could not reach.

5.Rinse the piece of furniture with clean water from a garden hose. If there are unremovable pieces of fabric on the piece, rinse out a sponge and run the damp sponge over the fabric to remove any dust or dirt.

6.Wipe the furniture dry with a towel.

Following the above steps to maintain and clear the metal furniture, which can be use at least 3 to 5 years.

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