People sometimes forget how fragile a piano can be. They may seem bulkier and sturdier than most of the furniture in your living room, but they are also very delicate and prone to damage and misuse. If you have a piano in your home, here are some tips that will help you keep it in good playing condition.
Keep Your Piano in a Suitable Place
Knowing where to store your piano will go a long way towards keeping it in good shape. It should obviously be kept in a place where it won’t suffer too many dings and scratches, but it should also be someplace where the humidity is kept over 50 percent and the temperature is at least 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Fluctuating temperature and humidity can cause a piano to go out of tune very quickly, so adjust your thermostat and invest in a humidifier.
Cover the Keys
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