The large-scale amusement facilities are very popular among the people who are stimulating. It can not only satisfy people's demand for stimulating, but also bring more fun to people's lives. So how are these large amusement equipments maintained? In fact, these large-scale equipment is still difficult to maintain, and it requires the attention of the staff.
The equipment placed outdoors should withstand the wind and the sun, so the materials used must be very durable, the bad materials can not withstand the long-term sun, will quickly fade. As an indoor children's play equipment, because it does not have these problems, the materials selected are mainly aesthetics, mostly fine decorative patterns, and durable, will not fade.
First of all, the materials used in outdoor projects and indoor equipment are different. The equipment placed outdoors should be able to withstand the long-term wind and sun. Therefore, the materials used must be very durable, and the materials that are not good enough are not. If it is exposed to the sun for a long time, it will fade quickly. And as an indoor children's play equipment.
Because it does not have these problems, the materials selected are mainly aesthetics, mostly fine decorative patterns, and durable, will not fade. Secondly, if large outdoor amusement equipment encounters rainy days, how can the equipment be protected? Operation should be stopped to avoid danger and to avoid mechanical corrosion during operation. For daily maintenance of outdoor play equipment, sightseeing trains are usually divided into the following five aspects.
Use a clean, soft cloth to wipe the painted surface regularly, and do not expose the furniture to acids, alkaline chemicals, and oil. Inadvertently leave white hot marks on the paint surface of children's play equipment. Generally, just wipe with a cloth dampened with alcohol, toilet water, kerosene or tea. If you can't handle it, repaint the surface.
Cover the mark with a damp cloth, then carefully press the damp cloth several times with an electric iron, and the mark will fade. If some children's play equipment is scratched and not touched with lacquered wood, use the same color crayons or pigments as the furniture to apply on the wound surface of the children's play equipment to cover the exposed ground color, then apply it with a thin transparent nail polish. One layer can be.
The cigarette butts or the unfinished matches leave scorch marks on the paint surface of the children's play equipment. If the paint surface is burning, apply a fine-grained hard cloth on the matchstick or toothpick, gently wipe the traces, and then apply a thin layer of wax. The scorch marks can be faded.