You’ve finished polishing your furniture, but there’s still a bit left on the surface. Sprinkle cornstarch lightly on furniture after polishing. Wipe up the oil and cornstarch, then buff the surface. If you’ve had the misfortune of getting greasy food stains on your couch, you might be in the clear. Dust a bit of cornstarch onto the stained area and let it sit overnight.
Do you mean paint with cornstarch? Here's the recipe:
1/2 cup cornstarch per gallon of paint, mix well and brush on.
Or you have excess furniture polish residue on your furniture, if so, sprinkle the cornstarch on the furniture and wipe.
Hello, not sure if this link will answer your question. Corn starch applied to furniture is useful in several ways. Check this out.....
Not sure exactly what your question is. What are you trying to accomplish?
This was featured in a newsletter from Hometalk, with a title regarding brushing cornstarch on furniture. I believe the cornstarch is actually used on the molds:
Hi D.I. Are you looking to clean your furniture with corn starch? If so, try this: Make a paste with equal parts cornstarch and baking soda then adding water. Apply to upholstery and allow to dry completely. Brush or vacuum away.
Here's a site that should help you out:
Here is some info for using cornstarch https://lifehacker.com/use-corn-starch-to-clean-up-stains-and-spills-on-furnit-5812561
If you have to much furniture polish on something you can use the corn starch to remove some of it.