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quick fix for dirty antique furniture

Posted by ruth_pa5 (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 14, 11 at 19:38

We are moving a beautiful dining room set- bow front glass china closet etc.- this weekend. It has been in a really dirty room, not wiped or dusted in well over a year, old dog & cat smells- pretty bad. What can we do as a short term fix?
Lemon or Red oil? (It's maybe oak). It needs to go to it's new home & be set up right away. Want it cleaner & somewhat protected. Thanks.


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RE: quick fix for dirty antique furniture

Wipe with mineral spirits.....then give it a good coat of paste wax.
Linda C


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