We present you the complete guide to maintaining wooden furniture and interior surfaces, in the form of practical tips to solve the eight most common problems.
Rehabilitation with lemon and olive oil
Keep in mind that there are parts of the furniture that is not visible because if you ignore them, there will be damage that will increase over time. This is a simple, inexpensive and completely natural technique for removing stains from wooden furniture, and it will get a completely new shine. All you have to do is store two tablespoons of olive oil with two tablespoons of lemon juice, and wipe it well in a bowl. Apply on the cloth these ingredients. Allow the wood to absorb for about 10 minutes, and then go over the greased surfaces with a clean cloth again. This combination will clean your furniture, but it will also feed it.
The maintenance with paraffin oil
To properly maintain antique furniture pieces, it is enough to wash them once in two months with a cotton cloth on which you poured linseed oil in small quantities. Paraffin oil that does not have color or smell is ideal for this application. It is extremely cheap, and you can find it in any paint store.
Any piece of wood furniture can be restored. You probably have some cabinets that you keep for sentimental reasons. You can dress them up and at the same time have fun. You will need a primer, paint, and varnish. We recommend ecological coatings on a water base that do not have unpleasant odors and are very easy to use. By using these coatings, the work will be a pleasure, in which you will not endanger our health and pollute the environment.
It is a common case that the wax will end up on a table or some other wooden object in your home. First, put the ice cube on the wax so it can harden completely. Gently remove as many of it as possible with a plastic card or some other non-abrasive object. Then simply take a clean, soft cloth on which you have a little wood wax to make your furniture shine again. Another way to remove it is by using a hairdryer. Adjust it to medium volume and point to a dirty place. When the wax begins to melt, pick it up with a soft cloth, clean the cleaned place with diluted vinegar and polish as usual. This technique has fewer risks.
Avoid using any soap on a natural tree because it will take away its natural glow over time. On the market, there are special oils for wooden furniture in two shades (darker and brighter). It is enough to rub them gently once a month with a cotton cloth on all surfaces of natural wood, and then rub again with a dry cloth.