Quality wood furniture is often not only practical, but also a treasured heirloom.
To avoid rings and heat damage on tables, use coasters when setting glasses or mugs down, and never place hot food directly on the wood.
Sunlight and heat can wreak havoc on fine wood, so don’t place valuable furniture in front of uncovered windows, vents or fireplaces.
Dust and clean frequently to avoid buildup that could scratch or stain surfaces.
For minor nicks and scratches, use a polish or touch-up stick to hide abrasions and restore the wood’s inherent beauty.
By taking care of your wood furniture, you can keep it looking its best for many years to come.