Wooden Shutters are now being religiously used by a number of house owners. There are a number of variations of these shutters that can be used on windows, on closets, as dividers and a number of uses more.
However, to ensure the longevity of these shutters, it is important to take some precautions and protect these from the elements that are bound to harm the wood in the long run. The main ones are sun, water and chemicals.
It can be a bit confusing to know that the water and sun are wood’s enemies considering that shutters on windows are supposed to tackle with them all day long. However, it is the overexposure to these entities that makes it difficult for them. Sun is seen to heat up the wood and this harms it in the long run.
The protection can be enhanced by the user by painting it a light stain and this makes it important to not use dark shades or stain on it. The dark colors are seen to trap the heat and make it even more difficult.
Then there are the chemicals which are usually affected on the wood by the house owner itself.
The chemicals used for cleaning the wood can be harmful for the shutters and also for people living in the house. The chemicals can come in the house and then infect the things one touches or eats and that can be detrimental for the health.
The last thing which the user needs to protect the Wooden Shuttersis from water or rain. Again, like sun, it is the prolonged impact of the water on the shutters that has to be stopped.
After rains, check whether the water is logged on the shutters or not. If it is, then use wiping materials to clean it effectively. If water is clogged on the wood, then it cracks it and weakens the material. Because of the cracks, termites and other infecting agents enter the wood and render it completely useless. These three precautions are necessary to ensure that the life of a wood shutter remains long.
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