Maintenance and cleaning of acoustic wall panels

Maintenance and Cleaning of Acoustic Wall Panels

Acoustic panels are a stunning addition to your interior. They are not only a feast for the eyes but also offer various practical benefits. To ensure that you enjoy your wall panels for as long as possible, it's essential to clean them regularly. Do you want to know how to clean the easy-to-maintain acoustic panels? You can find the details below.

Why is cleaning acoustic wall panels important?

Cleaning acoustic panels is crucial because otherwise, the wall panels may lose their sound-absorbing and insulating properties. Dust particles adhere to the wall panels, reducing the sound-absorbing and insulating features of the acoustic panels. To ensure that the acoustic panels maintain their appeal and practical benefits, it's essential to wipe them down regularly.

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How to remove dust from acoustic panels?

Ordering acoustic panels is one thing, but how do you remove dust from them? This is quite simple. If you notice dust on your acoustic panels, you can easily make them dust-free by using a lint-free cloth, a Swiffer, or a vacuum cleaner. By occasionally using the vacuum cleaner, a soft brush, a Swiffer, or a dry cloth, you prevent dust from accumulating around your wall panels. Unfortunately, preventing the panels from getting dusty in the first place is nearly impossible. However, you can significantly reduce it.

How to clean acoustic wall panels?

You can clean acoustic panels with a dry cloth, a vacuum cleaner, and a duster or Swiffer. Avoid using water or aggressive cleaning products or abrasive materials, as they can damage the wall panels.

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Protecting against moisture

To enjoy your acoustic panels for as long as possible, it's important to maintain and protect them from moisture. Acoustic panels are sensitive to moisture, so it's not advisable to expose them to damp areas like bathrooms or places where they might come into contact with water.

Inspecting for damages

To make the most of your acoustic panels, it's wise to inspect them from time to time. This way, you can identify any potential issues, such as scratches, dents, water damage, or loose panels, in a timely manner. Addressing these problems promptly can prevent further damage.

Want to know more?

If you want to learn more about cleaning our acoustic panels or have questions about maintenance, the Aku Woodpanel team is here to assist you. We're available every Monday through Saturday to answer all your questions about cleaning and maintaining our wooden wall panels.

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