How to Keep Metal Twin Bed Frame Last

Published On February 12, 2019 | By fan | Twin Metal Bed

Metal Twin Bed – The ideal piece of furniture should be aesthetically pleasing while remaining durable and safe for years. Metal bed frames have several advantages over wood, including a lower price and a lack of potentially toxic chemicals, including formaldehyde, required to seal wood components. However, a metal structure will begin to bend and deform after years of repeated jumping, shaking, turning and inadequate attention. Extend the useful life of the metal structure through cleanliness and proper use.

Wood And Metal Twin Bed

Wood And Metal Twin Bed

Buy a frame strong enough to support your mattress. A queen frame must have at least one metal center support beam with five to six wooden beams running the length of the frame. Opt for a king model with at least two central metal support beams and five wooden beams as well. Clean any moisture that comes into contact with your metal structure immediately. Metal and moisture in the result of oxidation that can degrade and deform the frame of the bed.

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Remove dirt, dust, and debris from the frame of the weekly metal bed. Lift the mattress and clean the frame to remove persistent moisture, dirt, and debris that lead to rust. Replace damaged or cracked wooden beams immediately. The wooden beams provide additional reinforcement to keep the metal structure strong and secure to the sleeper. Avoid jumps in the metal frame. The sudden burst of extra weight means a disaster for a metal structure, especially one already damaged, old or poorly constructed.

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