The moisture content of the wood used by Wardrobes determines the quality of Wardrobes. If the wood contains too much moisture, it is easy to bend and change the shape of the wood. Generally, the moisture contained in Wardrobes is not suitable for being too high. But we are not professional testers. We do n’t have a corresponding instrument. This is how should we roughly judge the moisture contained in Wardrobes? The answer is to touch the surface of Wardrobes by hand. Feeling wrinkled means that this Wardrobes contains significantly more water. In addition to touching it by hand, you can also sprinkle a small amount of water on the surface of Wardrobes to see how fast the water is absorbed. If the absorption is slow, it means that the water content is high. In addition, after sprinkling water, we can also see the changes of Wardrobes. If Wardrobes are easily deformed or bubbles appear, it means that Wardrobes' quality is average.