Wooden: Use less water when cleaning, and regularly wipe it with a slightly damp cloth with mild detergent, then dry and polish with a clean soft cloth. You can also use a liquid scrubbing agent to wipe it carefully. You can use lemon juice or vinegar to clean the stain.
It is recommended to place it in a suitable temperature and humidity environment to avoid damaging the natural color of the wooden surface. When there is a lot of dirt, you can use diluted neutral detergent with warm water to wipe it once, and then wipe it with water. Remember to wipe off the remaining water stains with a soft dry cloth, and then use the maintenance wax after it is completely cleaned. Polishing, even if you are done, only by paying attention to daily cleaning and maintenance can you make furniture lasting.
Iron: Wipe clean with a cloth dampened in a mild detergent, and then wipe dry with a clean cloth. Pay attention to moisture. If it's just ordinary outdoor air humidity, you can rest assured of the rust resistance of wrought iron facilities. In foggy weather, use a dry cotton cloth to wipe the water droplets on the iron art; if it is rainy, wipe the water droplets after the rain stops.