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January 24, 2012

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Katie

I recently tried to make my own furniture polish, and found that using more lemon juice to less olive oil worked better for me. I found it really oily the other way, but I guess it depends on your preference! :) http://www.livingcrunchy.com/2012/01/how-to-make-your-own-furniture-polish/

Micaela


Hi Katie - Thanks so much for sharing your furniture polish recipe. I love that these DIY recipes are so easy to adjust and adapt to our own preferences!

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As Laura joked - if you don't use it all up, use it as salad dressing!

Kendra @ Our Homemade Happiness

Sometimes I use vinegar instead of lemon juice and it works just as well. Costs less but doesn't smell as good as the lemon juice.

http://www.ourhomemadehappiness.com/2012/02/homemade-furniture-polish.html

Micaela


Thanks for the tip about using vinegar as a substitute for lemon juice Kendra!

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Just a quick note to let you know that I liked what I read. Cheers!

Donn

I use Olive Oil and vinegar to clean and it does a "fantastic"
job. Cleans beautifully, it also covers small scratches.

Micaela


Thanks for the tip Donn!

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