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Cleaning Antiques

Posted on 04 November, 2017
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newsbox.pw -Cleaning Antiques How to Clean Old and Antique Furniture. Use naphtha to remove the oily grime and wax build-up the same way you would use the soapy solution. Regular mineral spirits or odorless mineral spirits (which do have an odor, just not as strong as regular mineral spirits) is a substitute for naphtha, but it isn't quite as strong and so it will take more time/effort to clean the grime.

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Cleaning Antiques . Cleaning Antiques. An aged appearance can give a piece personality, but too many scratches can detract from the furniture's appearance. Follow these simple tips to clean antique finishes.

How to clean antique furniture: 14 steps (with pictures .... A mild dish soap diluted in water is a safe choice for most antiques. Use dish soap intended for hand washing dishes. Soap that you would use in a dishwasher is more acidic. If dish soap is not successfully removing grime, it's okay to opt for a slightly stronger cleaner.

Cleaning antique wood furniture. Best Answer. Mix 1/2 water and vinegar in a small spray bottle. Spray a small area on the wood, let it sit for a few minutes and now use the brush to start cleaning the deep crevices. You'll need to have a clean cloth to wipe this off. You can try some small pieces of steel wool to get the hard parts off.

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