In order to protect the paint film from being scratched and to display the wood texture, the panels of the wooden handicrafts are generally placed on the countertop with a thick glass plate, and a small suction pad is used to separate the glass plate and the wooden countertop. It is not recommended to use transparent polyethylene crystal plates.
Wooden handicrafts are generally used for a long time, so it is necessary to protect the surface coatings of wooden handicrafts frequently. It is best to wipe them with a little wax every three months, which not only increases the beauty of wooden handicrafts, but also protects the wood.
To keep the wooden crafts neat and tidy, clean the dust with a clean gauze daily. Chemical brighteners should not be used to avoid stickiness and damage to the paint film. In order to maintain the brightness of the paint film of wooden handicrafts, the walnuts can be crushed, peeled, and then polished with three layers of gauze.
Avoid overturning of solvents such as alcohol and banana water. Otherwise, there will be "scars" on the surface of wooden crafts. When the surface of the wooden handicraft is stained with dirt, wash it with mild soapy water. After drying, wax it again to restore the original appearance, but do not wipe it with solvent-based liquids such as gasoline, kerosene, turpentine, etc., otherwise it will be wiped. Remove the sheen of paint and lacquer from the surface.
Walnut oil used to maintain wooden crafts
is only suitable for unpainted, waxed wooden crafts. The frequency of use should not be too high. Generally, it can be used once every 2-3 months. In a relatively dry environment, the maintenance interval can be appropriately shortened, and maintenance is performed once a month or so. But be careful when using it. Oil has the property of vacuuming, and too much use will make dust adhere to it, resulting in a greasy feeling.