Wicker coffee table is as popular as it was during the Victorian era, when it made its first appearance. Wicker coffee table and sofas are common pieces of antique wicker furniture. If you learn how to care for the wicker, you can preserve your pieces to use them for many years and inherit them to future generations.
Assemble wicker coffee table routinely with the soft brush attachment of your vacuum cleaner, to remove debris from the surface. Sweep in the direction of the fiber of the wicker and not crosswise to avoid scratching the reeds. Remove clogged dust and foreign material with a soft bristle brush. You can use an old and soft toothbrush on the softest parts of the wicker. In the tissue around the legs, you could use a soft new brush with the bristles cut 2.5 cm (1 inch) on the ends. It will give you a slightly stiffer brushing but you will have enough bristles to reach the corners and hard to reach areas.
Use tweezers to pick up the lint and stuck pet hair that you cannot remove with a vacuum cleaner or a soft brush. You may need to use an ice pick or some other sharp object to remove the embedded material. Be careful not to make a hole in the wicker coffee table if you use this type of objects.