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Naturally Repair Wood With Vinegar and Canola Oil

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Use 3/4 cup of oil, add 1/4 cup vinegar. white or apple cider vinegar, mix it in a jar, then rub it into the wood. You don't need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in Credit goes to .Heili's Healthy Haven
Time: 60 Minutes Cost: $22.00 Difficulty: Easy
  • Haley Rigas

    Does this actually work ?

    • Kris Cole
      Kris Cole Saint Francis, MN

      @Haley Rigas Yes, it does! It won't renew really, really ruined furniture. But, knicked up, scratched, banged up, it does a great job on. Look at the last picture. That piece is still as pretty today, sitting in my living room. :)

  • Gladys
    Gladys Lawrenceville, GA

    Great save! Let's get the word out too that a piece of furniture with damaged wood veneer can be restored. It is easy to find sheets of wood veneer online in a variety of woods. One product is pressure sensitive, which I guess means you don't have to

  • Thomas Murphy
    Thomas Murphy Milwaukee, WI

    After deep frying French Fries with this oil I poured on the base of a tomato plant. It seems to provide a surface barrier that held in water on hot days. But that plant was outside the basement window near the stairs. I couldn't figure out what I

  • Christy bellinger
    Christy bellinger Suffolk, VA

    This sounds very interesting, I have some scratches on my entertainment center that could use this. Is it possible I could use vegetable oil instead of the canola? I always have vegetable oil on hand, and I would love to try this. Thanks for

  • Toni Johnson
    Toni Johnson Bethel, MN

    Hmmmm, who'd a thunk!! I'm def. going to give this a try, thank you for sharing!

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