Different Ways To Make DIY Furniture Polish

Different ways to make diy furniture polish

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Some people were born to do everything themselves; they never let another person change their tires, fix their plumbing, or clean their gutters. For these folks, they can take on a new challenge by creating furniture polish.

There are many different ways to make DIY furniture polish. In this article, you will read about three of the most common approaches. These are excellent recipes for people new to this DIY project. Decide which option works best for you and give it your best shot; thankfully, none of these items are too expensive.

Vinegar and Lemon Juice

You only need two ingredients for this DIY furniture polish: lemon juice and vinegar. You must combine both in equal parts in a bowl or a spray bottle. To use this DIY approach, rub a small amount of polish onto your furniture with a clean cloth. Once you have applied the concoction, wipe it dry with another cloth.

Olive Oil and Lemon Juice

Another simple recipe on this list of the different ways to make DIY furniture polish is olive oil and lemon juice. However, you only want one part lemon juice for two parts olive oil for this recipe. Again, you should put the concoction in a spray bottle or a bowl. All you have to do is rub a tiny amount onto the furniture with a fresh cloth. Then, wipe it dry with a different cloth. However, make this recipe fresh with each use because it can go rancid.

Beeswax

This DIY furniture polish is the most complicated on our list. Closely follow the tips for making beeswax furniture polish, as even a small mistake could lead to a bad batch. Essentially, you want to mix equal parts boiled linseed oil, turpentine, and melted beeswax to complete this task. Let it dry. Once the concoction is ready, apply to the furniture, wait 15 minutes, and remove it.

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