Natural wood adds upscale appeal and a texture to the space of any home — unless the wood is damaged, worn or outdated. Choose from a variety of fast and simple procedures to restore your wood surfaces to make them look new. Replenish and you can wash , paint, blot and generally refurbish your hardwood flooring furniture pieces or doors and trim to enliven your space.
Sterile Like You Mean It
Mop your hardwood flooring with a cleaning solution comprising 9 parts of water to 1 part of vinegar to restore the natural glow of the wood. If you would like, substitute a few drops of mild dishwashing detergent mixed in a bucket of water for the vinegar-based floor cleaner. Dip a cloth in among those combinations to wash down painted wooden surfaces, like doors, baseboards, window trim and furniture pieces to remove fingerprints, dirt and dirt. Apply protect especially engineered wood wax, polish, oil or lotion to bits of furniture and window blinds to clean and add a glow to wood.
Twist Up the Blemishes
Restore wooden furniture by touching up blemishes that are unsightly to make the pieces to its original brilliance look new again. For instance, you can remove water on wooden bits by wiping them gently with a soft cloth lightly dampened with denatured alcohol. By filling the ding with a few drops of clear nail polish, chips into a clear wood finish. If the wood has visible scratches, you can camouflage scratches by massaging them with a rag moistened with a furniture polish, or cover up scratches with touch-up markers. Eliminate stains and baseboard scuffs from drizzle the marred surfaces and massaging the space that was affected with a sponge. Rinse off the soda with a wet sponge.
Give It a New Look
Make your furniture bits, stairway spindles, banisters, doors, baseboards and window frames look by applying a coat of paint or stain over the surfaces that are existing. Use sandpaper to roughen shiny paint or stained wood to make a bonding surface for paint to stick. Choose a paint color that enhances furnishings and your existing palette. Pristine white paint provides a feel while colored paint increases the allure. Add texture and a look to weary wooden shelves and cabinets.
Apply Some Sparkle
Use a paintbrush to apply a protective clear-coat to wooden furniture and ornamental trim whilst upgrading their visual appeal with a touch of sparkle that is shiny. Or, choose paint end to renew wood with reflective colour. Return wood flooring that are authentic to their original splendor by sanding off marred surfaces with a sander, followed with a wood stain and transparent topcoat. You might also utilize a mechanical floor buffer to make flooring polished that is dull more.