Lehua Kyllikki. Furniture. August 20th , 2017.
If purchasing "green" furniture is important to you there are questions you can ask to determine just how environmentally friendly your furniture piece is. For example, find out if any of the wood used in the construction of your furniture piece was responsibly harvested. It is also important to know if glues and finishes that may contain toxins were used. Many furniture manufacturers use nails in place of glue to reduce the toxins and finishes are often low VOC stains. Foam stuffing can also emit toxins into the air. Therefore, some furniture manufacturers are offering upholstered products that have been stuffed with natural material such as buckwheat or recycled foam. Keep in mind that imported products do not always meet the same green standards we have come to expect in the U.S.
Grease Stains: Grease stains are formed due to spilling of oily food items or any substance containing oil. Blotting of the oil is the first thing you should do when your furniture is stained by grease. Then, simply put some talcum powder on the stained area to absorb the remaining oil, later wipe off the powder. Do not apply water or any other liquid when the furniture is stained with oil or any other greasy substance.
Office owners typically prefer modular furniture because they can easily add to the existing furniture when their company will grow. The growth of any company is associated with the increase in the number of employees. Modular furniture, therefore, has the ability to meet the demands of the increasing number of employees. For example, if a company needs to add 5 more desks in the office, it will take too much space if traditional furniture is used. But modular furniture will easily accommodate 5 desks and chairs without interfering with the previous setup of an office.
While the color of leather will change over time due to normal wear and tear, it won't fade when set in front of a sunny window. While the material will need regular conditioning and cleaning to resist sun damage, the material won't lose its color.
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