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Simple and Cheap Homemade Method to Refinish Wooden Furniture Olive or Vegetable Oil – About ¾ cup White or Apple Cider Vinegar – About ¼ cup Just mix together and dip a rag into the mixture. Then, just wipe your furniture down with it.

  • Bambang Nurcahyo

    entertainment is at once simple and benefical

  • jackie lugo

    I used this today and it work on a wood desk that needed major didn't work on the kitchen table but that's okay, it's worth it because it the desk looks so much better.I didn't use exact proportion all they did was pour a little vinegar and oil into a bowl and used a rag and wiped it down, rubbed it in.

  • Kaye Sullivan

    I used this recipe this weekend on several pieces of antique furniture!! I could not believe the difference it made!

  • Dave McAdoo

    would peanut oil work as well?

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