Attractive and sturdy, wood furniture can be found pretty much every home. Whether you own more than you can have in your house or you have recently acquired new furniture, sometime you must store your wood furniture. This is a guide about storing wood furniture.
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When you are storing nice wood furniture, make sure you store it in a dry, well ventilated room. If you store it in a damp basement, you could discover moldy and warped furniture when you go to retrieve it.
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I have a coffee table which was made by my grandfather 60 years ago. It was made with tiny individual pieces of wood, glued together to make a pattern. It is a beautiful piece, but now I have to store it in a storage unit for awhile. I am sure the unit is dry, but I am worried about the cold as it will be stored over the winter months. I am worried about the glue that holds the pieces together. I imagine it was some kind of carpenter's glue my grandfather used (this was back in the 50s at least). Anyway, my question is will the cold do anything to this one of a kind family heirloom?