Dressing tables are used very frequently daily and cosmetic stains can quickly appear on the furniture. With a few simple tricks, these stains can be easily removed. Here are some tips that hopefully will help you.
For stains on dresser surfaces：
You can easily remove cosmetics with cooking oil or salad oil. Simply put a small drop on the table and wipe it with a soft cloth. After that, you can wipe it with water and add a little cleaner if necessary. You can also remove water stains from a wooden table in no time. All you have to do is apply a small amount of beeswax to the stain and blow dry it. Wooden tables should be oiled at least twice a year to maintain their beautiful appearance.
Unfinished wood drawers are not coated, sealed, or finished. And it absorbs water and other liquids more readily than processed or sealed wood. Therefore, it is important to avoid harsh chemicals when cleaning unfinished wood and care must be taken not to saturate the wood. If water or chemicals are absorbed into the wood, it can cause discoloration or warping. Unfinished drawers should only be cleaned as needed.
Use a vacuum cleaner or handheld vacuum cleaner to remove all dirt, dust, and debris from the drawer. First of all, Combine 1/2 tbsp. liquid dish soap per cup of warm water in a bowl. Secondly, dip a sponge in the cleaning solution. Squeeze to remove all excess moisture. The sponge should be damp, not soaking wet. Then rub the sponge on the inside of the drawer to clean it. Rinse the sponge under clean water and re-dip in the cleaning solution as needed until the drawer is clean. Rinse the sponge under clean, cool water. Wipe down the inside of the drawer to remove all remaining soap residue. Use a towel to dry the drawer. And then, sprinkle baking soda along the bottom of the drawer. Allow it to sit in the drawer for a couple of hours. If there is a bad smell that is lingering inside the drawer, allow the baking soda to sit inside the drawer for several days to help absorb the odor. Use a vacuum cleaner or handheld vacuum to remove the baking soda.
Dressing table placement recommendations：
Avoid direct sunlight places, strong light is easy to cause the surface of the furniture to paint off and cause dull color.
The placement of environment should be at the right temperature.
Placement location should pay attention to the smooth flow of air, conducive to furniture moisture.