Bamboo furniture has the characteristics of warm winter and cool summer. It not only makes people feel cool in visual sense, but also absorbs some of the heat in the room to help cool down. Therefore, many consumers will choose bamboo furniture. So, do you know how to maintain bamboo furniture? In this issue, the bamboo shoe changer manufacturers Xiaobian to introduce the maintenance methods of bamboo furniture, I hope to help you.
Steaming for 2-3 hours, you can completely kill the insects and microorganisms hidden in the bamboo. You can also soak the bamboo for 1-2 days with boiling water and a certain amount of salt to prevent the occurrence of insects. If you find insects, you can use the following methods to remove the insects: First, use the appropriate amount of sharp pepper or pepper, mash into the end, stuff into the pupil, and use boiled water to inject, have the effect of killing insects, can prevent the spread of insects; It is made with kerosene and a trace of dichlorvos. It is dripped into the pupil and can kill aphids. However, this method is not suitable for use in baskets, cabinets, etc. to store food in order to prevent accidents.
For large pieces of bamboo such as cabinets, bookshelves, and reclining chairs, the dirt in the gap should be removed and rinsed with water. In particular, bamboo utensils that are not in use should be washed, dried, and then stored in a dry, ventilated place. Prepare for the event, if you have the condition, you can apply varnish and cooked tung oil when you just buy bamboo furniture. This is not only anti-mite, but also durable and beautiful, which is a good thing. Newly purchased small and medium-sized bamboos such as baskets, mats, etc., are preferably re-steamed by high-temperature sealed steam.
The chemical methods mainly include a coating method, a dipping method, a cooking method, a fumigation method, and a pressure injection method. The advantages of these methods are that the anti-mite and anti-corrosion effects are good and the time is long. The disadvantage is that some of the agents are toxic and easily pollute the products and the environment. With the increasing awareness of environmental protection, the environmental protection requirements and standards for bamboo insecticides, preservatives, and anti-mold agents are also increasing. For example, preservatives such as CCA and PCP have been banned in Europe, and CCB and CCF are mainly used. , and preservatives such as ACQ.
The physical methods mainly include high temperature method, water immersion method, smoke method, gas atmosphere method, far infrared ray method, microwave method and ray method. The advantages of these methods are pollution-free and five-residue poison. The disadvantage is that the treated bamboo or bamboo products may be re-infected with mites and molds if not properly stored. In addition, bamboo that is cut down in spring is susceptible to insects, and bamboo that is cut down in winter is difficult to be wormed. Therefore, bamboo felling should be arranged in winter as much as possible. Moreover, the bamboo after felling should be transported to the production site for use as soon as possible, or used to prevent insects and mildews.