I have been staring at my Hawaiian wood chess table for the past year looking at how dry it is and slowly watch it look dryer and dryer. Some of wood furniture in the house I can look right past and not take a second look. There is something about this piece that makes me look twice.
It is a piece that I want to protect and preserve for years to come. The question is how do I Clean and protect my wood furniture so that it will last the test of time and grandkids.
The Touch Of Oranges Wood Cleaner and Touch Of Beeswax Wood Preserver are the perfect wood cleaning and protector combo to tackle all your treasured wood pieces.
Take the Touch Of Oranges and spray the cleaner on a dry terry cloth towel. You can use steel wool on any areas that are stained or have water marks. Wipe the wood completely down and then switch to the Touch Of Beeswax for the preservation and shine.
Place some Beeswax on some steel wool and scrub the beeswax into the wood. I like to let the wax sit on the surface of the wood for up to 24 hours. This will allow the product to soak into the wood up to a quarter inch.
This combo of products leaves my wood cleaned and protected for months at a time.
If you are really looking to clean and revitalize old wood furniture and antiques, what you need is the best orange wood cleaner on the market. Touch Of Oranges has a unique formula that penetrates the wood surface and pull years of grime and buildup from deep within the wood.
The most effective way to use the product is to combine the wood cleaner spray with 0000 steel wool. This allows you to get deep in the grains of the wood where the dirt and buildup settle.
Not only are these brushes great for auto use, they are awesome around the house. Say you spill red wine on the carpet and you are able to scrub away most of the stain. That is where the drill brushes come in.
Spray the area down with some spot cleaner (Husky Spot Cleaner) I have found to be the most effective. Next attach the drill brush to your cordless drill. Slowly engage the drill on a low speed then increase the speed.
Keep the stained area rather moist while using the drill.