Using a clean, washable cloth made of soft, lint-free cotton, such as an old T-shirt. (The cloth should have no buttons, zippers or anything that could scratch furniture surfaces.) The Fabric should be moistened with water or a cleaning agent, but just enough to make dust adhere to it; if you see any trace of liquid on the wood after you wipe, your cloth is too damp. Alternatively, you can use another cloth to remove the excess moisture.
Periodic Structural Checks
The most important thing that you can do is to keep a close eye on the structure and stability of the bed. Give it a thorough one over every two-three months to check for loose nuts, bolts, and other connectors. Repair and replacement part that seems loose or faulty. This will keep the bed stable and secure at all times.