Oil and Vinegar to Clean Wood? Yep!
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Doris Jean Miller on Feb 20, 2016That will work as long as you don't have any grease or buildup but if you do just use the Rejuvenator on it. I will put a picture on for you to look at. Its a great cleaner and oil in one that brings back the original finish and leaves no oily residue so it lasts for years. I sell antiques and used furniture and I use it on Everything. their website is www.thevictorianhouseproducts.com. Hope this helps someone.
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Zoe Emiko on Feb 22, 2021
Vinegar is a wonderful degreaser! I used this recipe to clean loads of grease off wood kitchen cabinets in a rental home we bought. It worked beautifully & brought back the wood cabinets to their former glory. Also, this didn't leave an oily residue at all. The wood soaked up most of the oil & I gave them a good buffing after to take care of any remaining surface oil. I also used this on an antique singer sewing machine cabinet that was horribly dirty & it worked like a charm. This is a very old recipe for a wood cleaner/restorer my family has used for generations. Also, you use walnut oil (or hemp oil) which since you restore antiques you know is one of the best to use.
Joy Kelly Hall on Feb 27, 2021
I use vinegar and water on my floors, They are Pergo it always has a film on it after I do this people walk on it after I mopped with a microfiber mop see foot prints slipper prints nothing works any suggestions
I have Pergo floors would this work? How do you use the solution ginger and oil please help I hate this Pergo wood it is always looks like it has a film on it
Will this clean a wood door
where is the picture of the finished product