How to prevent moisture and insects in office furniture filing cabinets?

The most fundamental reason why there are borers in the file cabinet is that the wood absorbs moisture after the cabinet is wet, but it cannot be treated in time. As time goes on, there will be borers in the filing cabinet, followed by molds, borers, etc. So, how to prevent the file cabinet from being wet?
This is also easy to deal with. For example, in the rainy season, the continuation of the rainy season will make the filing cabinet absorb too much water and become wet. Therefore, when we are installing the file cabinet, we can consciously pad bricks on the four corners of the file cabinet. Of course, in order not to affect its beauty, the brick surface can also be pasted with exquisite waterproof paper, so that you can have the best of both worlds.
Secondly, the filing cabinet should be as far away from walls, windows and other places prone to moisture as possible. It doesn't matter if the filing cabinet is accidentally wet. At this time, you should carefully scrub with a soft cloth, and then move the filing cabinet to the sun for a period of time. In this way, it is easy to absorb water. Regular sunbathing can prevent the filing cabinet from being damp and mildewed, and can also play a role in insect prevention.