DIY Furniture Polish & Scratch fix
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|1 lemon, 1 teaspoon olive oil, 1 teaspoon water||Squeeze the juice form the lemon and mix with the oil and water. Apply a think coat on the wood surface and let sit for 5 minutes. Use a soft cloth to buff to a shine. Do not save, make this fresh each time||Not Tested (Formulation 52)|
|3 parts light mineral oil, 1 part olive oil and a drop of lemon juice||Not Tested (Formulation 53)|
|Olive oil and beeswax||Not Tested (Formulation 54)|
|Lemon oil and some beeswax||Not Tested (Formulation 55)|
|Mayonnaise||Use soft cloth and wipe with a small amount||Not Tested (Formulation 56)|
|Mix 2 parts olive oil with 1 part lemon juice||Apply to furniture with a soft cloth and wipe dry||Not Tested (Formulation 57)|
|1/8 cup linseed oil, 1/8 cup vinegar, ¼ cup lemon juice||Mix ingredients together and apply with a soft cloth. Rub into wood||Not Tested (Formulation 58)|
|10-15 drops of lemon or lavender oils with a cup of water||Use rags, sponges and scrubbers, even crumbed newspaper instead of paper towels||Not Tested (Formulation 59)|
|White toothpaste||To remove water stains on furniture, dab white toothpaste into stain. Allow paste to dry and then remove and buff with cloth||Not Tested (Formulation 60)|
|Meat of a walnut||Rub wood to hide wood scratches||Not Tested (Formulation 61)|
|Cornstarch||To remove residue build up from furniture polish, sprinkle on wood furniture, wipe and buff until grime disappears||Not Tested (Formulation 62)|