After cleaning the bamboo products thoroughly, store them in a dry environment to avoid moisture, so that the bamboo will not become moldy.
The main reason for bamboo mildew is that the bamboo has been placed in an outdoor environment for a long time, or improperly stored so that a large amount of moisture is immersed in the bamboo, which causes the bamboo to develop mildew. It is also possible that the moisture in the bamboo has not been thoroughly cleaned. In a high-temperature environment, the mold spreads in a large amount, causing the bamboo to appear moldy.
The most important thing to prevent the bamboo from getting moldy is to prevent the bamboo from coming into contact with moisture. Putting the bamboo in the sun regularly for drying, keeping the bamboo in a dry environment, and performing disinfection treatment can effectively prevent the bamboo from becoming moldy. However, the bamboo cannot be exposed to the sun to avoid deformation and cracking of bamboo.
During daily maintenance, but the alum powder into clean water in a ratio of 1:4, stir thoroughly to make a diluted solution, soak the bamboo in the solution for a few minutes and then take it out to remove the remaining water, it can be effective Reduce the growth of bacteria, thereby preventing the bamboo from moldy and rot.
Regularly use light saltwater to wipe the instep of the bamboo to keep the bamboo in a moist state, or soak the bamboo in light saltwater for three hours, and then steam the bamboo for 30 minutes to remove excess water, which can prevent The moldy effect of bamboo.