Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:41:48 AM
Known as a powerful cleaning and polishing agent, lemon oil can easily restore the lost luster of your old furniture. Since store-bought cleaners are way too expensive, making the oil at home is the next best solution. Homemade cleaners are non-toxic, environment-friendly, and help you save a lot on your overall expenses. The citric scent of the oil will not only make your furniture shine and glow, it will also leave your home smelling fresh. Just a few drops of the oil, and you can forget about polishing them for at least a month.
I've never met anyone who regrets buying a leather sofa. For all the reasons given, and many more, it is a piece of furniture definitely worth taking a look at if if you are in the market.
Painting furniture is an excellent way of adding some freshness and vigor to the home decor. If you put in some of your creative ideas into it, the paint job can be a lot of fun too. Before you apply any paint on the furniture, you have to prepare its surface. Take a piece of 100 grit sandpaper and rub it on all the surfaces of the furniture with a gentle hand in order to clean up the dirt and debris stuck on them. Next, apply an even coat of primer, so that the paint can last on the furniture for a long time. Now, the furniture is ready and you can take up the task of applying paint on it.
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