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We discovered helpful hints for Care and Maintenance of the furniture we offer at EZmod Furniture. Proper care and maintenance of your furniture will make them last longer and maintain the luster and shine for a long period of time.

 

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Leather Furniture Care

Dec 23, 2010 2:34:25 PM

Leather furniture is one of the most elegant types of furniture that you can own.

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Tips for preservation of your furniture

Dec 24, 2010 12:56:13 PM

Would you imagine that cleaning furniture might be one of the easiest housekeeping chores you'll face?

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Basics Of Caring For Leather

May 9, 2011 4:35:52 PM

Leather furniture is one of the most elegant types of furniture that you can own. Leather is pleasant to have in any style of home, and will bring a new light to any room it is placed in.

0 Comments | Posted in Furniture Care By Emily G

Easy Tips To Clean Your Furniture

Mar 22, 2013 2:43:28 PM

Check out these easy ways to care for your furniture

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Who new that some cleaners can be harmful or detrimental to your beautiful Lucite or Acrylic furniture? Well it is common sense not to use bathroom cleanser on your acrylic pieces but not to use glass cleaner? According to many manufacturers of acrylic pieces ammonia, cleansers, window cleaner, and 409 all should be avoided.
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Preparing Wood for Staining

Jul 8, 2013 10:27:24 AM

In preparing the wood grain for sanding, first wipe the furniture using a sticky piece cheese cloth, tack cloth or soak a piece of cheese cloth in tung oil in order to get all the dust lifted that is specifically made to attract dirt and dust. Position the piece in a horizontal position so that you can sand in the same direction of the grain. Even though sanding tools make the job go faster, if the piece is an antique it is best to sand by hand. Scratching that is made against the grain will look terrible when stain is applied. Medium and fine grades of sandpaper are used in refinishing furniture and antiques.
0 Comments | Posted in Furniture Care By Janette Alvarez

Breaking Bad Habits

Feb 11, 2014 2:25:47 PM

You walk in to a home and chances are you find yourself in someones living room.

Now I'm willing to bet that at least 95% of the time the television is acting as the SUN.

Let me explain.

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