In flea markets, garage sales and flea markets …
We often find old furniture with a vintage look. I adore !
Only one problem! The finish of wooden furniture is often tarnished and covered with marks …
Normal, over time, the furniture gets a hell of a lot of age!
Fortunately, there is a quick and easy trick to remove scratches from wooden furniture.
All you need is white vinegar and olive oil. Look :
What you need
– 180 ml of olive oil (or other vegetable oil)
– 60 ml of white vinegar (or apple cider vinegar)
– clean, lint-free cloth
– glass jar
How to do
1. Put the oil and vinegar in the jar.
2. Mix the ingredients well, with a spoon for example.
3. Soak the cloth in this mixture.
4. Wipe down your furniture with the rag.
And there you have it, you know the best method to remove scratches from wooden furniture 🙂
Easy, fast and inexpensive, right?
In addition, this tip is 100% natural to revive old wooden furniture!
Now you can get a good deal on old wooden furniture …
… but WITHOUT spending a small fortune to have it renovated by a professional!
Why does it work?
Oil and vinegar make a perfect mixture to erase the marks and traces of the past. Your furniture will be like new!
The little more? This is because vinegar and olive oil are natural ingredients that are safe for your furniture …
This means you can wipe them down with this magic mixture as often as you like!
And it works on all old wooden furniture that needs a little updating: coffee tables, bedside tables, chairs, dressers, wardrobes, sideboards, bookcases, china cabinets, etc.
Thanks to this easy mixing, you get a beautiful natural shine.
It’s mind-blowing – nothing to do with that tarnished old piece of furniture you found for pennies in a garage sale!
Have you tried this grandma’s trick to give old wooden furniture a makeover? Tell us in the comments if it was effective. We can’t wait to hear from you!
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Also to discover:
The Surprising Tip To Easily Clean A Wooden Table.
The Magic Trick To Erase Scratches From A Scratched Wood Cabinet.