Contemplate you've just bought an oak dining table (or you may actually just have). Obviously you see this fine item of dining room furniture as an investment that will stay in your family and household for a long time. Do you know how you can care for it and how to retain it looking like new for years to come? Solid oak eating tables can dominate a living room and impose its outstanding presence upon all those who all enter it. The only problem with a great oak dining table (and the majority of wooden tables) is that they require occasional care and focus on keep them fresh and healthy and balanced (unlike plastic or metallic which only require cleaning). However, you might not realize it, one of the most deadly (and unexpected) killers of your solid oak table is heat and warm air (i. e. humidity). The effects of this on your dining room table are that it will start to shot and become disjointed. It may also cause your table to appear slightly more pale than usual. This shouldn't be a problem as long as your property is air conditioned (you want your dining room constantly in around 65-75 degrees). Coping with low humidity is a a bit harder problem (as this is the real stealth killer). If you believe like your wooden dining room stand may be suffering go out and buy a humidifier machine which sprays out water into the air flow and leaves the room feeling fresh. While it may not be usually possible for some people, try to keep your solid oak dining table in the shade as much as you can, as exposure to direct sunlight will wear this down (and fade the colouring) over time. In addition to this, make sure you keep your solid oak dining room table clean from dirt and grime (this can be done by regularly running a damp cloth above it) and from dirt (which can be removed via a duster or with static towels). Many people think that dirt on their dining table is not worry about, but that dust particles attracts bacteria that can quickly get to work eating with your precious table. Above all keep in mind that whenever cleaning your oak table that you wipe that dry, since surface moisture can cause long term problems.
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