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Modern Cane Furniture : Beauty that Lasts Forever


At the forefront of sustainable furniture design, modern cane combines classical simplicity with innovative design, offering furniture and decorative pieces. Cane has captivated designers, craftsmen and innovators for many years. It is beautiful, light, enduring and rapidly renewable. For many years cane has been used where strength and flexibility are essential. Cane furniture, also known as rattan or wicker furniture, is known for its strength and durability. Cane as a raw material, is very tough and resistant to damage and it is impossible to work with cane when it is in its raw, unprocessed form. It needs to be treated with heat so that it is soft enough to give the desired shapes

Cane has been the obvious choice for garden and conservatory furniture for decades. Because of their availability in unique designs and shapes, cane furniture is today widely popular to make modern, contemporary furniture. Cane Furniture is very lightweight and flexible to a certain extent. It is also easy to maitain as it can be painted like many other kind of wood. It really adds a pleasure and comfort to your home d├ęcor.

Regular Cleaning and Maintenance

Regular cleaning of cane furniture is essential for lasting durability. The key idea is to be gentle. You can use a small amount of detergent or oil soap , then dunk a soft-bristled brush into the solution and carefully brush it over the piece. Be careful not to soak the cane. If the surrounding wood gets wet in the process, wipe it dry with a soft cloth.The chair should then be dried off with a soft cotton cloth . If a cane piece is very dirty or dusty, vacuum it first, then clean with a brush. While you are cleaning, check over the piece for any breaks or loose pieces; if they are minor, you can repair them with wood glue. After cleaning, allow cane furniture to dry completely before using.

Cane can withstand moisture to a certain extent, but will become limp, loose and saggy with too much water. The best thing is that cane will resume its size and shape when it dries, but you should not disturb the strands of wicker reed when they are damp. Otherwise they will dry in the new position they’ve been changed to.

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