Black Piano Stool
Black Piano Stool – Caring For Your Piano Stool
Black piano stool care is important if you are to keep the wood shining, and the moving parts of your adjustable piano stools or bench working effectively. Looking after your piano stool is not that different to looking after any other piece of black furniture, although some parts may need a little extra care and attention at times.
The easiest way to keep your black, or any other colour piano stool, free from dust, dirt, and fingerprints is to keep it and other music accessories covered when not in use. It is possible to buy purpose made dust covers for antique benches, stools, and pianos for sale on reputable music sites. If this doesn’t appeal, then follow these tips. Both benches for pianos and black piano stools, like most items of furniture, do not react well to spillages. Keep food and drink well away from the stool, and if a spillage does occur, mop it up as soon as it happens. The wooden frame should be polished or waxed regularly. It is a good idea to talk to your seller about the best products to use on the specific type of wood. How you clean the stools seat will depend on the material that has been used in its construction. If the seat of the stool is leather then it will need a specific leather cleaner. Soft porous materials will need to be brushed or hoovered, rather than polished. If the seat is adjustable, or has other moving parts, these should be checked regularly and hinges and springs oiled to ensure they remain working safely.
At Little & Lampert Pianos, we are always on hand to provide support with your adjustable piano bench or black piano stool purchase and upkeep. Don’t forget that we also offer a hire to buy purchase option on pianos. Check our website (http://www.llpianos.co.uk/), or email questions to email@example.com. We can also be reached on 01923 820 470.