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Diy Wood Cleaner And Wood Polish

Knowing the finish of your wood is important in deciding how to care for the table. Many tables manufactured recently are a hard surfaced wood finish so you can use this recipe as often as you like.
Oil and wax finished tables need a more gentle cleaning routine. Usually just a simple soft cloth can remove dust and debris, while you should wet it for tougher messes. Our table is an oiled wood table. Dusting gently with a damp cloth is usually enough, but since I have to scratch dried food off of it often(!), I have to do a little more. I use this recipe to clean the table and if the wood looks worn afterwards I add some pure olive oil and let it soak into the wood.

This safe, non-toxic recipe is so easy to make and I bet you have all of the ingredients laying around already!


    ½ C White Vinegar (just plain old white vinegar, or you can use ACV for darker woods, if you like)
    ¼ C Olive Oil (organic, extra virgin olive oil)
    1 tbsp Lemon Juice
    1 tbsp Vegetable Glycerin (optional, but a really great addition - non-GMO, organic vegetable glycerin)
    20-30 drops Lavender Essential Oil (organic lavender essential oil)


    Mix all ingredients in a glass spray bottle. Shake well before each use.
    Spray on wood and rub with microfiber or other soft cloth.

Each ingredient has it’s own part in making this recipe both safe and effective. So, let’s dig into and dissect the ingredients in this homemade wood cleaner recipe.Olive oil shines, moisturizes, and protects wood. Many people use mineral oil instead of olive oil, but I choose not to. Mineral oil is a petroleum product so it’s not natural or sustainable. Mineral oil does last longer than olive oil, but making smaller batches of this homemade wood cleaner can fix that problem easily. Learn more about different carrier oils that you could use in this recipe. Vinegar cuts through the greasy, grimy, yuckiness that gets stuck to the table after meals. It’s also mildly disinfecting. If you use this on dark woods apple cider vinegar is a great option. Also a mild disinfectant, lemon juice adds a nice fresh scent to your new homemade wood cleaner. Vegetable glycerin helps make wood shine and keeps the wood keep the shine longer. Although vegetable glycerin is optional in this recipe, I highly recommend it. In fact, Scratch Mommy Founder Jess uses vegetable glycerin in many of her DIY recipes (and in her Pronounce Skincare product line, too). Lavender and lemon juice are a fantabulous combination for a subtle clean scent.

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