When you have a piece of old wood furniture sitting in storage, or you happened across a fabulous thrift-store find that you want to restore and use, look no further than your favorite wood cleaner and furniture oil. As wood ages, its pores open and the natural oils in the wood dissipate, causing it to dry out, and rehydrating wood is easy with the right oils. Years and layers of dirt and grime add to that and can cause the furniture piece to look the worse for wear. As Residence Style suggests, you might be surprised at what a good cleaning followed by a soaking of furniture oil can do. For painted wood furniture, simply clean, sand and repaint.
Copyright © 2022 furnitureknowledges.com