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    using 3/4 cup of oil & 1/4 cup vinegar to restore wood on old furniture. First, use white or apple cider vinegar and vegetable or olive oil. Second, you simply mix it in a jar, dip a clean cloth into the mixture, then rub it into the wood. You don’t need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in.

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using 3/4 cup of oil & 1/4 cup vinegar to restore wood on old furniture without having to strip the pieces

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Oil and Vinegar does it again. First of all, I’ve used white or apple cider vinegar and vegetable or olive oil…whatever I had on hand. Second, you simply mix it in a jar, dip a clean cloth into the mixture, then rub it into the wood. You don’t need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in. That’s it!

So, for a super cheap, super effective way to bring out the best in wood, mix three parts oil to one part vinegar.  (Example: if you use 3/4 cup of oil, add 1/4 cup vinegar.)

Clean and Rehydrate Wood with this Oil and Vinegar Wood Treatment... This does not work well on furniture that has a glossy finish.  It works best on old wood that is dried out, dirty, and has minimal water damage.

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Wood finish - mix three parts oil (vegetable or olive) to one part vinegar (white or apple cider vinegar). Mix it in a jar, dip a clean cloth into the mixture, then rub it into the wood. You don’t need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in.

Naturally Repair Wood With Vinegar and Canola Oil. 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.

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