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Toxic-free friday! Use this tip to polish and condition natural unfinished wood.
Who loves dusting their house?? Ya, me neither. But hey, at least this inexpensive and easy to make dusting spray helps me avoid all the toxic chemicals the commercial version has. Plus it is still effective at killing dust mites and even helps repel the dust so we may have to do it less often. I will try and work on a magic potion that could make it so we never have to dust again (Ha! You may not want to hold your breath). Until then you could try this one, its still pretty good. Recipe In a 6oz spray bottle add: 1/2 T. Olive oil (1T will make this into a wood furniture polish) 1T. Vinegar 1/2 Cup Water 2 Drops Dish Detergent 5 Drops Lemon Essential oil (or other citrus/ EO of your choice) Shake bottle before use and enjoy! Feel free to embed and link these videos on your blog or website, when you do please credit frugalgreengirl. Thank You.
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http://www.thedoityourselfworld.com/articles/article.php?id=6 This article shows you how to very easily restore a nice, new luster to filthy old antique wood items and furniture. As long as your wood has not peeling lamination, broken pieces or missing edges, this is all you need to make your wood look like new. It blends in old scratches and dings and cleans the wood nicely.
Let me show you how to make an all natural wood cleaner and polish that not only works great, but also smells amazing at the same time! You would spend about $5 to buy a name brand wood polish whereas this polish costs about $0.10 to make. Not only is it cheaper, but it also uses all natural ingredients that you already have in your kitchen! Ingredients: 1/3 cup water boiled and cooled (or distilled) 1/4 cup olive or vegetable oil 15 drops orange oil (optional) 10 drops lemon oil (optional) Lemon juice can be used as a substitute for the oils (store finished spray in the fridge) Directions: Mix everything up in a spray bottle. Shake before each use since oil and water will naturally separate. Store for 1-2 weeks
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