If the jewelry box is maintained like this, the jewelry box will become useless
Posted by Admin | 24 Aug
Recently, many customers have asked about the maintenance of jewelry boxes. In order to meet the needs of consumers, here are some common sense of daily maintenance of jewelry boxes. First, carefully wipe the jewelry box correctly, and do not wipe with dry rags Taking care of the jewelry box is like taking care of your own mobile phone. We wipe the dust off the mobile phone every day to keep it bright and bright. So is the jewelry box. When we wipe, we try not to use coarse cloth or old clothes that are no longer worn as rags, so as not to damage the varnish on the surface of the jewelry box. Coarse cloth, cloth with thread ends, stitches, buttons, etc. will cause scratches on the surface of the jewelry box, so we should try to avoid using them.
It is also forbidden to wipe the jewelry box with dry rags. On the one hand, it is difficult to clean the dust on the surface with dry rags. On the other hand, the dust is composed of fiber, sand and silica. The dry rags are easy to damage the paint surface of the jewelry box during the rubbing back and forth. Although these scratches are very small and even invisible to the naked eye, over time, the surface of the jewelry box will become dull. A good way is to use towels, cotton cloth Cotton fabric or flannel cloth with good water absorption to gently wipe. Second, avoid direct sunlight for a long time After wiping the jewelry box, many people find that some of the water is not dry, so they put it in the sun in the hope of drying it early. In fact, this practice is very stupid, because most of the jewelry boxes are made of wooden jewelry boxes. After water cooling, light heating, heat expansion and contraction, the appearance of the jewelry box will be distorted, and even the skin will fall off, greatly reducing the service life and beauty of the jewelry box. Third, do not use soapy water, detergent or water to clean jewelry boxes Many people use soapy water, detergent or water to clean jewelry boxes. In fact, this behavior is not advisable, because soapy water, detergent and other cleaning products can not effectively remove the dust accumulated on the surface of jewelry boxes, nor can they remove the silica particles before polishing. Moreover, because they are corrosive to a certain extent, they will damage the surface of jewelry boxes and make the paint surface of jewelry boxes dim. If they are wiped with a wet cloth, Too much residual water will easily cause water to permeate into the wood, and also lead to mold or local deformation of the wood, reducing the service life of the Pearl box.