Cane chair Care
Cane Chair Repair knows that your cane chair furniture is often more than just a piece of furniture; from family heirlooms to special unique pieces, often there are strong emotional ties to cane chairs and cane furniture. However, it's not always clear exactly how you should care for the cane itself. To help with this, here at Cane Chair Repair we have assembled a few short pointers and suggestions to ensure your cane items remain in the best of conditions for years to come.
Cane Chairs Don't Like The Heat!
Try to avoid placing your cane chair or cane furniture very close to sources of heat. For example, if your cane chair is indoors, ensure there is sufficient distance between the chair and radiators. Further, if your cane furniture is outside, try to keep it out of direct sunlight. Doing so will prevent the cane from drying out and become brittle and prone to breaking.
Cane Chairs Wear With Weight!
A caned seat is designed to take an evenly distributed weight. That is to say, someone sat on it. A cane chair is not designed for extended pressures over isolated points in the cane work. As such, try to avoid kneeling or standing on your cane seat. Over a period of time, this can easily lead to breakages in the cane strands or the cane weave becoming loose.
A Clean Cane Chair Is A Happy Cane Chair!
Over time, you vary raley might on occasion notice mold or mildew developing on your cane furniture, which can easily be cleaned away. If cleaning your cane chair with liquids, allow the chair to dry outside in warm sunshine. This will ensure buildup of mildew is further prevented.
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