How to Polish Wood Furniture

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How to Polish Wood Furniture

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If your wood furniture has lost its lustrous gleam, it is time for you to polish it. Polishing is a good way to protect and preserve your wood furniture. The good news is that it’s a pretty easy process. There are many commercially available polishes as well as natural polishes you can make yourself.


Method 1Method 1 of 3:Applying a Commercial Wood Polish

Method 2Method 2 of 3:Making Your Own Wood Polish With Olive Oil and Vinegar

Method 3Method 3 of 3:Doing Basic Maintenance

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