How To Protect Furniture From Wear and Tear: 

A Quick Guide

Furniture is an investment, and keeping it in pristine condition can be a challenge.

Whether it’s your favorite armchair or a dining room table that has been passed down through generations, it’s important to take measures to protect your furniture from damage and wear and tear.

They offer a protective barrier against stains and spills while also enhancing the appearance of your furniture.

Furniture Covers and Slipcovers

Fabric protection sprays form an invisible shield on your furniture’s upholstery, making it resistant to stains, spills, and signs of wear and tear.

Upholstery and Fabric Protection Sprays

Avoid using water and harsh chemicals, which can cause permanent damage to the wood. Instead, use coasters and protective pads under objects on wood furniture to prevent scratches and stains.

Caring for Wooden Furniture

Avoid using abrasive cleaners, which can scratch the surfaces. Instead, consider applying a coat of wax to provide additional protection from environmental factors and prolong their lifespan.

Preserving Metal and Glass Furniture

Applying UV-blocking window film or installing window shades or blinds can minimize exposure to harmful UV rays and prevent fading or discoloration of your furniture.

Using Window Treatments to Block UV Rays

Humidity can cause your furniture to warp, crack or expand. Maintaining the temperature and humidity levels in your home can prevent these issues.

Regulating Indoor Temperature and Humidity

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