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Care Instruction for Engineered Wood Furniture


A lot many furniture are being crafted with engineering wood these days. The furniture crafted with engineering wood is an excellent alternate to wood furniture. It is lighter and looks pretty in various styles and designs. There are different forms of engineered wood- MDF, honeycomb, veneer, particle board and plywood etc.

There are lot many furniture items that are made with engineered wood. It is synthetic wood and requires less care as compared to wooden furniture. Furniture like cabinets, study desks, bookshelves, coffee table, dressers etc. are crafted with engineered wood. Engineered Wood Cabinet Care Instruction for Engineered Wood Furniture

  • Dust can cause damage to the furniture if it is allowed to build up, by inflicting minute scratches that build up a cumulative level of damage over time. So it is very important to dust the furniture regularly.
  • Chemicals like wine and ink may leave stains on the wood. Therefore it should be wiped off immediately with a soft cotton cloth.
  • The furniture should be protected from direct sunlight and exposure to temperature variations. The color of the furniture may fade if exposed to direct heat and sunlight.
  • Exposure to moisture may lead to expanding and contracting the wood, therefore the furniture should not be exposed to humidity changes.
  • Always use mats and coasters to keep any food item on the furniture. Do not keep any hot item on the furniture directly. If liquid spills over it, immediately wipe it with a sponge.
  • Pull the furniture away from heat sources like fire places or radiators to prevent the furniture from warping and distorting.
  • It is advisable to use cloth for dusting that is slightly moistened. This way dust resides on the cloth and does not fling in the air.

    Engineered Wood Study Table Engineered wood furniture, if looked after properly, stands the test of time and can be a beautiful addition to your home. By following the right measures to maintain the furniture and prevent damage, you will ensure that it stays looking great for time to come.