Antique wood furniture adds vintage appeal to a home. With proper care and maintenance, antique wood furniture can last many lifetimes. Whether the furniture is finished or unfinished, dirt, dust and old wax build-up can ruin the wood's appearance. Clean the furniture with a mild, oil-free product to remove any dirt and dust without discolouration or build-up. Follow the cleaning with a coat of paste wax to bring out the natural glow and rich colour of your antique wood furniture.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Mild dish soap
- 3 or 4 soft cloths
- Paste wax
Fill a bucket with 1/2 gallon warm water and add 1 to 2 tsp mild dish soap.
Dip a cloth in the bucket and wring it out. Wipe the antique wood furniture thoroughly with the cloth, rinsing it in the bucket as needed.
Dry the antique wood furniture with a clean, soft cloth.
Apply a small amount of paste wax to a clean, dry cloth. Wipe a thin, even layer of wax over the antique wood furniture.
Buff the antique wood furniture with a clean, dry cloth until it shines.
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