DIY Tips for Antique Wood Cabinet Restoration

by Ryan Rackley July 01, 2019

DIY Tips for Antique Wood Cabinet Restoration

Do you take pride in finding rare and unique items? With the financial and emotional investment you pour into them, I bet you want to do everything you can to keep them looking their best.

 

Regardless of how old an item is, you can make sure it looks fabulous at any time. For many people, they are worried about the cost associated with wood restoration. They don't have the extra money to spend on having their items professionally restored. Thankfully, there are other options available to them for a fraction of the cost. Using one of the various wood restoration projects can help restore the luster and shine to your antique.

Instead of looking like the item is 50 years old or more, you can make it look like it just rolled off the assembly line. Restoring the wood to its original condition can make all the difference in terms of cabinet restoration. Stop worrying about what you can do to protect your antique and start doing something about it. There is no reason why you should allow your antiques to look less stunning than what they should, especially when you have options to do something about it. With an antique restoration product in hand, you will be amazed at how much of a difference one product can make for your item.

Once you have the antique in your home, you need to make sure it always stays looking its best. The whole point of collecting antique furniture is because you enjoy the beauty and intricate design of the piece. You can't enjoy it if the piece looks like it is going to fall apart on you. That's where a professional wood restoration product can come in and make your piece look completely different without having to cost you a fortune in the process. 

 

Antique Wood Restoration:

 

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 feeds into the wood to penetrate dry, dull, moisture and sun damaged surfaces leaving a nice shine.

We highly recommend using 0000 Steel Wool on Wood Surfaces when Cleaning and Preserving your wood projects.

 

 




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