Whether as a flavor, a scent, or a body care product additive, trust orange to brighten things up. But unknown to many, orange--in its oil form--is also a highly effective wood polish and cleaner.
Wooden furniture and surfaces can have a stale and musty smell when old and not properly maintained. Orange oil can best provide a contrasting and pleasing effect not only on the wood’s smell but on its appearance.
Unlike other citrus oils in the market, orange oil doesn’t contain mineral spirits, making it a 100% natural, environment-friendly, non-toxic, and non-combustible degreaser.
Orange oil-based cleaners offer a ton of proven benefits.
Orange oil is obtained through the process of cold-pressing real orange peels. There's a lot of commercially-available orange oil-based wood cleaners, but you can also try to make your own.
The following are quick and easy steps to make an orange oil-based cleaner.
Wooden antique furniture, like old wine, is more valuable with age. It also carries with it distinct design and craftsmanship that may no longer exist today. It is no surprise then that we take extra steps to preserve our antique pieces more than we do our modern furniture.
Touch of Oranges Wood Cleaner and Re-conditioner is a moisturizing cleaner made with orange oil. Protects against drying and cracking and contains no silicone or wax which can cause buildup. It hides minor scratches on wood, is gentle on hands and has a pleasant orange fragrance. Use for dusting all wood surfaces.
Follow up with Touch of Beeswax Wood Preserver, this product restores and renews all types of wood finishes with beeswax, Carnauba wax and orange oil. Beeswax