Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:22:17 AM
As a general rule, though, you can play around as much as you can with the interior of your garden room but the overall look should not deviate significantly or should still find something to tie up with your original house even if it is just the paint or the exterior of the garden room.
Grease Stains: Grease stains are formed due to spilling of oily food items or any substance containing oil. Blotting of the oil is the first thing you should do when your furniture is stained by grease. Then, simply put some talcum powder on the stained area to absorb the remaining oil, later wipe off the powder. Do not apply water or any other liquid when the furniture is stained with oil or any other greasy substance.
If with the above techniques, you are successful in removing white spots off your furniture, then make sure you apply a layer of furniture wax or polish to the cleaned furniture. You'd be amazed at the effect a little polishing and spot removal can have on a piece of wooden furniture. An ancient relic designated to the corner of the room, can look so brand new, that it can fool guests and neighbors into thinking you bought new furniture! So before going in for refinishing, bleaching or other extreme measures like throwing the furniture piece out, try a little DIY (Do-It-Yourself) techniques to restoring it on your own.
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