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The Dirty Spot Everyone Forgets To Clean In Their Dining Room
The legs, bases, and undersides of dining tables and chairs are often overlooked spots, and neglecting to clean them can result in dust, grime, and potential health risks.
While factors like usage and environmental conditions can influence the cleaning frequency, it's advisable to address these areas at least once a week.
You can use a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment or a microfiber cloth to clean the legs, bases, undersides, and under surfaces of the furniture.
If necessary, you can also use a slightly dampened soft cloth. Be cautious not to use excessive water on any wood finishes, as it can easily cause damage.
Use a toothbrush or a soft-bristle brush to clean tight corners and intricate designs on table legs or chair bases. Disinfect the underside of tabletops and seats.
After cleaning, use a dry cloth to remove any remaining moisture. This step is crucial for wooden furniture, as standing water can lead to damage or warping.