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  • Bestlexever

    Rub a walnut on damaged wooden furniture to cover up dings - - #DIY #tips #life #hack #hacking #lifehacking #clever #smart #idea #ideas #best #howtodo #howto #how #doityourself

  • Heather Dina

    How To Cover Up Dings in Wooden Furniture HOME HACKS My mom taught me this simple trick several years ago. As a fan of vintage furniture it has come in handy again and again. Like magic, watch as a single walnut covers up the small dings and scrapes in your wooden furniture. We aren't promising miracles here, but with a project this easy it is definitely worth a shot. What You Need Ingredients [OR] Materials dinged up wood furniture one walnut Instructions 1. Identify areas of your wooden furniture that are unsightly because they have been bumped or scraped. 2. Get your walnut. 3. Rub the walnut on the damaged area. 4. Watch in amazement as the damaged area begins to darken. 5. Step back and admire your work. Hey, you didn't even break a sweat!

  • Lisa Voigt

    25 clever ideas to make life easier ... so many good ideas here (like using walnuts to cover up furniture scratches)

  • Gillian Hamilton Rogers

    Rub a walnut on damaged wooden furniture to cover up dings - 18 Household Tips That Will Help You Get Through Your Everyday Life

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