Hard Wood Cleaning Tips
To keep the hard wood furniture in your home looking beautiful for years to come, follow our care tips.
Sticky Stuff (the kind generally produced by the little ones)
Get a microfibre cloth, dampen it with a little water and use it to remove the sticky grime.
Once that's done, use a different completely dry microfibre cloth to gently wipe down the furniture. Be extra careful here, making sure to remove any remnants of water as any left behind will damage the wood.
Desks of any sort were uncommon before public education created greater literacy at the start of the 19th century. Plus, the Industrial Revolution created a new work environment, one filled with people working at desks.
👉Early 20th Century
The typewriter had arrived (remember those?) and with the added weight of paper and machine, desks needed to be stronger which saw a big uptake of steel desks in offices.
Standing desks have become popular for a variety of reasons. The obvious one is the health benefits. A standing desk allows the user to stretch the body out, increase blood flow, engage the core, glutes and leg muscles which relieves the pain associated with sitting all day.
The other benefits associated with standing desks are employees feeling more energised, leading to improved productivity and overall better cognitive performance.
Featured in the photo is Knut Klimmek at the standing desk he made himself