Looking after wooden bed frames

by Shameelah Khan February 25, 2022 2 min read

Looking after wooden bed frames

We’re sure you’ve heard about beds. We’re also sure you’ve heard about bed frames. But have you heard about wooden bed frames? Or about how high maintenance they can be? Yep, wooden bed frames may be all the rage but that doesn’t mean that they are easy to look after. From polishing to waxing to protection from termites, here at Furnitureful we’re going to cover the range of problems that you may face when trying to keep your wooden bed frame clean and tidy as well as solutions. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get into it!

What are bed frames?

A bed frame, also known as a bedstead is a frame that is made to support the bed’s base, where the mattress will lie. They can also help ensure that the mattress will not slide around. Additionally, bed frames are typically made from wood or metal (but we’re going to focus on wooden ones today!)

What are wooden bed frames?

A wooden bed frame is a bed frame that is made entirely from wood. One great example of a bed frame that is usually made from wood is a divan bed base,

Top tips to look after a wooden bed frame

Below we’re going to go into our top tips to help maintain your bed. Read on…

Top tip 1

Every week you should polish and vacuum your wooden furniture and this is especially true of your wooden bed so that you don't develop allergy issues

Top tip 2

Every few months you should use a damp cloth and vinegar to deeply clean your wooden furniture

Top tip 3

Keep your wooden bed and other wooden furniture away from heating appliances so that you avoid wood warping

So, what do you think? Anything useful? Let us know down below!

Shameelah Khan
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