HOW TO CLEAN AND MAINTAIN AN OFFICE CHAIR SINGAPORE PART 5

November 1, 2019

Clean and Lubricate Casters

If your Office Chair Singapore has casters, you’ll need to clean and lubricate them to keep the chair rolling smoothly. Casters are the housing units in which an Office Chair Singapore wheels are mounted. The wheels themselves are made of a variety of materials, some of which include plastic, rubber, steel, aluminum, cast iron and polyurethane. In comparison, the housing units are almost always made of some type of metal.

 

New Office Chair Singapore typically roll smoothly and with little or no resistance. But if you’ve been using the same Office Chair Singapore for a year or longer, you may struggle to roll it across the floor because of debris buildup inside the casters.

 

To clean the casters, flip your Office Chair Singapore upside down and pull out any lint, hair or debris from inside the wheel housing units. You can also use a vacuum cleaner to suction excess debris out of the casters, or you can use canned air to blast debris out of the casters.

 

After thoroughly cleaning the casters on your Office Chair Singapore, apply a lubricant like WD-40. Just spray a small amount of lubricant into each housing unit, at which point your Office Chair Singapore should roll more smoothly. Try to get into the habit of cleaning and lubricate the casters on your office chair at least once every six months.

 

And make sure you use the Office Chair Singapore of Ardent Office Furniture (AOF) Singapore. Office Chair Singapore By AOF Singapore has been trusted for a dozen years as an expert Office Chair Singapore with good quality and the best price for your office room.

 

For more information, please visit the AOF Singapore website or directly contact AOF SINGAPORE via email at info@ArdentFurniture.com or via telephone at +65 6783-7911 (For Singapore or 021 3111-6161 (For Indonesia) to get a special price from us !

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