1. Cleaning of dust and water stains If it is just general stains, such as dust, water stains, etc., just use a clean dry cloth or paper towel to clean it. If you need to use a wet rag to wipe clean, you also need to wet the rag with water and wring it out before wiping it.
2. Cleaning of special stains If there are some stubborn special stains on the table, such as the table being blackened by cigarette butts, or burned by candles, you can use expired milk or lemon at home to clean.
3. The cleaning table of oil stains, soup, etc. is the place to eat, and it is very common to leave oil or soup after use. If you are dealing with such stains, you can wipe it with a rag dampened with a neutral detergent, and then wipe it a second time with a clean rag dampened with water and wrung out.
How to maintain the dining chair
1. Avoid placing cups and tableware containing hot water or hot soup directly on the table, and should use coasters or heat insulation pads to separate the table from the table.
2. If the heater has been placed on the table for a long time, leaving a white circle trace, you can use cotton dipped in camphor oil to wipe it, and wipe it back and forth along the white scale trace like a circle, and the trace should be easily removed.
3. For the white scale on the glass dining table, just pour some oil on the white scale and wipe it off with old stockings.
4. For colored wooden dining tables and chairs, you can use dyes to make up the scratches first, and after the dyes are dry, evenly coat the top layer with bright wax.
5. Since the restaurant is usually located next to the kitchen, the dining table and chairs are easily contaminated with oil fumes. Users should be diligent in wiping to reduce the adhesion of dust and facilitate future cleaning.
6. In order to avoid the oil pollution that is difficult to remove, you may wish to use the seat cover to protect your favorite chair. When it is accidentally dirty, you only need to remove the seat cover for cleaning, which is convenient and easy and does not damage the dining chair.
It can be seen that the cleaning and maintenance of dining chairs are complementary to each other. For example, if the heater is placed on the table for a long time, a white circle trace is left. At this time, it can be wiped with cotton dipped in camphor oil and wiped back and forth along the white scale trace like a circle. Marks should be easily removed.