Don’t throw it out. Easy, money saving tips to restoring wood furniture.
The first step to restoring old wood furniture is to give it a good cleaning with an orange or lemon-oil cleaner. Don’t waste your time with furniture polish, go straight for the good stuff: Murphy’s Oil Soap
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These items from your fridge will give new life to your wood furniture.
White water rings are caused by the absorbing too much of the moisture and this is one of the most common blemishes you ‘ll find on older wood furniture. Fortunately, in most cases, this blemish is easily correct with just a smear of mayo.
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You can also try this handy tip.
Mix ¾ cup extra virgin olive oil with ¼ cup white vinegar and then apply it with a piece of cheese cloth. This mixture will bring a dried out piece of wood back to life.
Kind of makes you want to go to a garage sale and look for a new piece of wood furniture doesn’t it?