October 29, 2014 at 10: I use this but soak cloves in the oil.
So glad I found you. Next, spray some of the liquid onto a cloth and wipe down the surface of your furniture, taking care not to make it too wet.
Our table is an oiled wood table. Dilute white vinegar with water. The shelf life would be the shelf life of the carrier oil you choose to use. Method 1.
November 28, 2014 at 8: Then, when a friend was coming over a few weeks later, I reapplied it during the day and wow, I really saw how great the results were when the natural sunlight shinned on the table. Make sure your rag is soft and damp not dripping , and buff the furniture dry with a clean cloth afterwards.
Sally Pratt says: Besides having an attractive fragrance, lemon is acidic, so it works as a cleaning agent.
Did this summary help you? Buff out excess moisture. Also a mild disinfectant, lemon juice adds a nice fresh scent to your new homemade wood cleaner.
Did Oil soap to cut the grime, then did a rub of the oil vin juice combo…looks pretty good now and does not feel sticky or oily. I put it to the ultimate test and used it to try to make the old crackled and dried out church pew that sits on my front porch look good again.
Mix equal parts of distilled white vinegar and extra-virgin olive oil. Lauri says: October 23, 2015 at 1: August 15, 2013 at 10: Gina McKeever says: Becki Johnson says: Set aside any cushions, pillows, and other such objects from the surface of the furniture. Tastes awful as a salad oil.
I tried this on my cabinets that had food stains and smudges around the handles and it really made them look a lot better.