Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:13:33 AM
Here's what might happen - the chemicals used on furniture react to the increase in temperature and compounds are formed or chemical reactions take place, that oxidize or burn the wood. The obvious change in color is a visible indicator of such a reaction. Keeping hot pans, cookery, plates, glasses, mugs or food containers, even take out cartons and pizza boxes on a wooden surface will cause these unsightly marks to appear. Laying a tablecloth or covering the surface with a towel or cloth can prevent a stain from occurring but depending on the furniture's surface and the heat of the object, results may vary.
A leather sofa is something special. At first glance it may not seem like much more than just another piece of common furniture, but it actually goes way beyond that. It is certainly one of the most popular choices that people make for home furnishings today. This article takes a look at some of the reasons this particular piece of furniture is so popular in so many homes across the country.
Think about your own skin. Would you wash your face with a strong household cleaner? Certainly it would clean your face, however the drying and chaffing effect it has on your skin is not desirable, particularly with repeated use. The same is true for upholstery leather. The fact is that upholstery leather is acidic. It has a pH of 4.5 - 5. Harsh cleaners are highly alkaline. Consequently a chemical reaction occurs in the leather that breaks down its fibrous structure. Therefore it's important to use leather cleaners that are chemically engineered (pH balanced) specifically for upholstery leather.
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