(1) During daily maintenance
Use a clean, soft cloth to wipe the painted surface regularly, and do not expose the furniture to acids, alkaline chemicals, and oil.
(2) Burn marks
The cigarette butts or the unfinished matches leave scorch marks on the furniture lacquer. If the lacquer is burning, apply a fine-grained hard cloth to the matchstick or toothpick, gently wipe the traces, and then apply a thin layer of wax. It can be faded.
(3) hot marks
Inadvertently leave white hot marks on the surface of the furniture. Generally, just wipe it with a cloth dampened with alcohol, toilet water, kerosene or tea. If it doesn't work, it's best to repaint the surface.
If the surface of the furniture is scratched and the wood is not touched, it can be applied to the wound surface of the furniture with the same color of crayons or pigments as the furniture to cover the exposed ground color, and then coated with a thin layer of transparent nail polish.
(5) Water stains
Cover the mark with a damp cloth, then carefully press the damp cloth several times with an electric iron, and the mark will fade.