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How to Clean Thrifted Wood Furniture

There's something to be said about an original, authentic piece of wood furniture that's been thrifted – from its history to the quality of its material.

If you have a unique piece of wood furniture that's thrifted, a family heirloom, or one sitting around in the garage waiting to be rescued, here’s a step-by-step guide on deep cleaning your wood furniture to make it look new again.

What you'll Need

– Murphy Oil Soap Wood Cleaner – Howard Feed-N-Wax Wood Polish & Conditioner – Microfiber Cloth or rag

Step 1 - Pour Murphy’s oil soap into a bowl of water. Take a rag and dip the cloth into the cleaning solution. Wring out the excess water and begin wiping down the wooden furniture.

Ensure all the surfaces, including the sides, top, and inside of the drawers, get cleaned

Step 2 – Treat and remove stains and scratches. Use wood filler to fill deep scratches, use vaseline to remove water marks, and plastic scraper to remove stickers,and residue.

Step 3 –  Apply the Feed-N-Wax Wood Polish & Conditioner liberally to the wood furniture using a dry microfiber cloth and rub it on its surface.

Apply the furniture polish evenly, following the wood grain. Go in circular motions with the soft cloth when rubbing the polish onto the entire surface.

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