How To Protect Decorative Panels?

How to protect Decorative panels?


Decorative panels, commonly known as panels. The plywood is used as a base material, and a decorative plate with a single decorative effect is manufactured through an adhesive process. The decorative panel is a special way of plywood. The decorative panel is a kind of advanced decoration material that is different from the oil mixing method at present.


Cement Panels.jpgThe decorative panel itself has little toxicity, is relatively stable, and will not be free of toxicity after curing. Whether or not the furniture decorative panel will pollute the air depends on the medium-density panel or particle board substrate used for the decorative panel. If the formaldehyde emission of the substrate reaches the environmental protection standard, the decorative panel will not aggravate the air pollution. The decorative panel plate has no odor, and the odor is produced by the use of a binder or an additive containing formaldehyde or the like in the medium-density board with lower quality. There is no need to find plates that do not have any formaldehyde, and the decorative panels on the market have all met the national standards. However, the accumulation of a variety of furniture is likely to cause excess formaldehyde in the renovated house. In the month, stay in the air until the harmful gas reaches the national standard.

In order to prevent discoloration and mildew on the skin of the decorative panel, moisture should be taken care of to avoid excessive moisture in the room and prevent water and rain. The construction of the paint must be thorough and correct. When constructing the wall surface, the wooden frame should be nailed to prevent the plywood from being directly installed on the cement and brick walls to protect it from mildew. After the decoration, the panels should be prevented from cracking and bursting. To avoid long-term direct sunlight or too dry indoor, the panel of the decorative panel should be kept away from the air conditioning outlet or the heating hood. This can easily cause the panel skin to crack due to too dry and affect the service life of the panel. When cleaning, gently wipe with a dry cloth or a wrung rag. Avoid the rag being too wet and mold the decorative panel. Do not wipe with too much force to affect the aesthetics of the paint on the decorative panel.