Rosetta Tordis. Furniture. May 06th , 2017.
take a bowl to combine 3 parts olive oil, 1 part white wine vinegar, and 1 part fresh lemon juice. Stir the mixture properly and pour it in a clean spray bottle. Take a soft, clean cotton towel, spray a little bit of the lemon oil polish on the towel, and rub it in a circular motion over the furniture; for wooden furniture, go in the same direction as the grain. In the end, take a dry, clean towel and wipe the oil off the furniture.
Here's what might happen - the chemicals used on furniture react to the increase in temperature and compounds are formed or chemical reactions take place, that oxidize or burn the wood. The obvious change in color is a visible indicator of such a reaction. Keeping hot pans, cookery, plates, glasses, mugs or food containers, even take out cartons and pizza boxes on a wooden surface will cause these unsightly marks to appear. Laying a tablecloth or covering the surface with a towel or cloth can prevent a stain from occurring but depending on the furniture's surface and the heat of the object, results may vary.
Infants and toddlers are not aware of the germs and bacteria that are present on various surfaces. Their toys, furniture, bedding, and surrounding environment, all have harmful bacteria present. And as a parent, you want to make sure that your child isn't exposed to such germ-breeding areas. It won't be wrong of me to say that you, a responsible parent, are taking all possible precautions and measures necessary to keep your home clean and hygienic. This way, your family's and child's health are not at any risk. However, using certain commercial cleaning products can mean bringing toxins and hazardous substances into your home.
Ashley: Corridor shops is a huge online store that sells a wide range of furniture ranging from hacienda, primitive, Chinese antiques, Mexicana, Spanish, rustic and western. Along with hand made pottery and art from artisans of Southern Mexico, it also specializes in custom-made doors, gates and furniture.
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