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furniture cleaner recipe

Posted by lov_mkitchen (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 26, 12 at 10:38

Clearing off the desk. Found this scrap of paper for furniture cleaner.
Boiled linseed oil
white vinegar

But there are no proportions. Equal parts?

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RE: furniture cleaner recipe

Old old recipe....yes, equal parts.
And the very oldest recipe calls for cow urine instead of vinegar.
Oh and the vinegar should be cider vinegar.

RE: furniture cleaner recipe

Think I will go with the cider vinegar ;-)

Which brings to mind....if I could substitute horse urine....walking behind the pony mare....or standing next to the horse gelding.....and the amount of traffic on my road. I don't know if anyone would be surprised seeing me do either of those things.

RE: furniture cleaner recipe

And I also have heard of....
Oh...never mind!! LOL!

RE: furniture cleaner recipe

Discounted that right off the bat! But it's better than picking up after the dogs. Or the cats!

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