Views: 10 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2022-01-25 Origin: Site
Today Langfang XIANG LIU furniture will tell you how to clean office desk and chairs:
1. The corners around the room or the joints between the carpet and the wall are the most difficult dead corners to clean. It is very easy to produce mold and dirt. You can try to clean it with an old toothbrush. If you encounter more tenacious dirt, you can use a toothbrush dipped in detergent to remove it, then wipe it with water and keep it dry.
2. When sweeping the floor with a broom, if you are worried about dust flying, you might as well wet the newspaper, tear it into pieces and sprinkle it on the ground. Since wet newspapers can pick up dust, the floor can be easily cleaned. If the floor is quite dirty, you can first wipe the whole with a wet rag, and then wipe it with a dry rag.
3. Sometimes there will be a circle of stains on the table and chairs. Just sprinkle a little salt and drop a little salad oil, and you can brush it off. Gasoline or turpentine can also be removed, but to avoid peeling the paint on the desktop, it is best to wipe it with salt, and use the above cleaner when it really cannot be removed.
4. The old socks with worn heels are put on the hands to wipe the furniture, which is convenient to use and can be easily dusted.
5. When cleaning the room, sprinkle some snow on the floor. This will not only clean the room but also avoid dust.
6. Use toothpaste to wipe metal furniture, general dirt of metal furniture can be wiped slowly with a soft cloth dipped in a little toothpaste. If the stain is stubborn, squeeze some toothpaste and wipe it with a cloth repeatedly. The refrigerator will return to its glossy finish. Because toothpaste contains abrasives, the detergency is very strong.
7. Take a clean rag and soak it in expired undrinkable milk, then use this rag to wipe wooden furniture such as tables and cabinets. The decontamination effect is very good. Finally, wipe it again with water. If the painted furniture is stained with dust, it can be wiped with tea residues wrapped in wet gauze, or scrubbed with cold tea water, which will be brighter and brighter.