Jyotsna Nitika. Furniture. June 04th , 2017.
Both cane and bamboo are grown on a large scale in most parts of Asia. They get easily destroyed, and hence they need not to be sent in the landfills. Most of these pieces are handmade, so they don't require machinery and are free from causing pollution. They are also available in numerous styles and designs and are easy on the budget as well.
Old chests, antique drawers and exquisite vintage woodwork is collection worth a million memories. Passed down from generations to generations, it looks even better with every passing day. The intricacies of etchings and refined craftsmanship of such furniture is rare. It only asks for a little maintenance and care to look the way it did when you first bought it. However, if you are giving your house a makeover, painting the same old furniture is a great idea. It's a great way of transforming what you have into what you want. Imagination is your only limit when it comes to painted furniture designs that can make your home look rustic or retro with a few strokes.
I. Spread a cotton towel or T-shirt over the white spot or sports. Do not use a thick towel. Set an iron to "steam" heat setting and place it on the towel, above the stain. Leave the iron on the towel for just around 1 minute, then take it off. Wipe any residue moisture left on the table. If you are worried about the heat worsening the stain, you can slowly move the iron around the spot area or even hover the iron and let the steam fall directly on the spot. The trick is to turn the steam on. Do not place the iron on the table for a long time as you can end up damaging the furniture. You can finish off by wiping the area with a bit of olive oil or mineral oil.
White stains can be rings, vague circles or cloud-like large spots or stains. They can be raised or flat and appear as if a film or layer has been painted onto the surface of the wood. Such stains should not be confused with watermarks, which are transparent and slightly raised. White spots or stains are caused by keeping hot vessels or objects on the furniture's surface. Wait a minute, isn't that what furniture is for? Keeping things on? Yes but treated and polished wood and various types of furniture finishes, are delicate and very sensitive to heat.
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