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Homemade furniture polish

Mix in a sprayer bottle:
1 cup olive oil
1/2 cup lemon juice

Shake well and apply a small amount to a flannel cleaning rag or cleaning cloth. Spread evenly over furniture surface. Turn cloth to a dry side and polish dry.

Submitted by Cathy from Iowa

 

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Thanks for the info. Sounds interesting.
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Thanks Cathy from Iowa
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worth a try on a small scale. thanks for idea.
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like the natural...ty
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nothing beats natural products ty
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YAY for natural solutions!
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I think I need to try this
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ty always open to this type of info
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by PATTY1218   
olive oil is so expensive not sure I want to waste it on furnature, thx anyways
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by STRAW-B   
I know...I agree.
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I agree :(
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wors on stainlees steal
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thanks-think I will have to try this!!
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by SHERIBOOP   
Hey people you are only suppose to use turle wax on your kitchen cabinets doors!!!(After you have Washed them First & Same goes for your Shower Walls, but no wax on floors of shower) Will Keep them both cleaner for a Longer time!!!
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by WCSTONE   
TY, I have some Olive oil that I don't like, so I might use it for this recipe and try it on my wooden kitchen cabinet doors.
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by SKSWEEPS   
might try this on a small wood table
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this is very easy, thank you!
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by PUPPYDUPPY   
why not lemon oil?
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by LSCHRADE   
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by MAILCHECK   
It keeps on the shelf forever? Thanks.
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by SHERIBOOP   
Mayo works too, especailly if you have water damage or spots! I just use swiffer dusters myself!!
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Olive oil's to expensive for furniture.
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by 1000009949701   
Ikea. Furniture you don't have to wax! lol
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great tip ty!
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i too would be worried about my dog licking the furniture
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by SANDY413   
my dogs would probably be licking the furniture.
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Interesting
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by JOANP   
If this doesn't work you could make salad dressing with it???
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by Y1DER   
Spray or pour the homemade solution on a soft cloth (never spray directly on the furniture)
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by OLYMPIAR   
will stick with Milsek Furniture Polish
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by DRLAHRU   
sounds greasy
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by BOZERENG   
I don't think that I would like the scent...it would remind me too much of my usual salad dressing! Thanks for the tip though!
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by MUGHIBEAR   
Interesting, but I still like Pledge.
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by ELVISSYKES   
It depends on the type of wood furniture and the finish on it if this would work. I have a few very old pieces that this would be great for, but most of my stuff is polyurethaned, and you do not need to oil that.
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I'll have food for eating not polishing
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by WEDGEL   
no thanks, oil is not good for using on real wood...
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by SMAJPP   
What do you think has been used throughout history? Our newer version of furniture polish was invented in the 1950s. Linseed oil, tung oil, etc, is still used primarily on certain woods.
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don't have any wood furniture to polish
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oily furniture, yay
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Easy Enough But I'll Stick To Store Bought
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me too
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ty BUT...this just can't be good for furniture...in my opinion
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wouldn't the lemon juice remove the olive oil?
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I may try this
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Olive oil is a bit to expensive for furniture polish.
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olive oil is TOO expensive to use as furniture polish, IMO.
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I don't use furniture polish, thanks
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Not sure about this one. Wouldn't it be cheaper to by store brand at dollar store?
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I think i will stick with Pledge. Thanks
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me too - Olive oil costs too much to use on furniture.
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I totally agree.
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Id be afraid it might attract unwanted critters, but ty
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by MOMMYPIE55   
Thanks for the input. I was wondering about the creepy-crawly things and this hint.
by 8182122   
And it will. I once use olive oil on a table in the evening, when I woke up the next morning it was covered in ants, UCK!!!! And yes, I did rub it in well and wipe down a lot, but the smell still attracted the bugs.
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I really don't need encouragement to clean, thank you!! *lol* :)
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Seems like that would make the surface sticky.
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Thanks for sharing your idea.
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olive oil? not sure about this. thanks.
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by KKWEDDLE   
Hmmmm...guess I'd have to try
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by LINDAKR   
this sounds good to try out sometime.
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by JOERACER   
I guess the lemon juice keeps the olive oil from getting rancid, but don't think I would like to try.
Thanks for the post tho.
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by NAPOLEONBAKER   
ditto
by 0322   
I use 1/4 cup vinegar with a few drops of olive oil in a spray bottle. Just shake it up before using and it looks and works just like Pledge.
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by JBREPAIR   
much better, thanks
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by ICANWATCH   
just can't see spreading food on my furniture
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by CHRISTMAS2   
I agree
by SHINAR00   
my furniture is mostly fake wood, phooey. maybe if I had nicer stuff I'd try this. ty.
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by ALSL8R   
thanks!
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by SEAYA712   
Will have to try this one too.....TY
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