If you have just invested in a high-class dining room table made of wood, it's just as well to understand some of the basics of keeping it in great condition and having it truly last a lifetime. Wood contains a relatively high proportion of water. Even dining room tables made out of hardwood contain just the right amount of water to be able to adapt to the conditions in your dining room.
In relatively dry dining rooms hardwood dining tables give up a little of their moisture to the surrounding air. This in itself is not a problem. However if the air is extremely dry and the dining table is subjected to sources of heat, which further increase evaporation of water from the wood, then visible signs of drying will start to appear in the wood of the table. Notable culprits here are radiators, fireplaces and also continuous exposure to direct sunlight.
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Table Monday , April 16th , 2018 - 11:00:28 AM
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