Homemade Furniture Polish Recipes

Here are two natural homemade furniture polish recipes that you can use on your wood furniture.

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The recipes below are great for polishing your wood, and some of them also help clean it at the same time.

There are many reasons you may wish to make your own furniture polish, including cost, and the wish to use only natural ingredients in your home.

These recipes will allow you to do both, because the ingredients are inexpensive, and probably already contained in your pantry (well, at least most of them).

In addition, the ingredients are natural meaning that less man-made chemicals will be in circulation in your home when you use these recipes.

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Lemon Scented Homemade Furniture Polish

Ingredients:

Directions:

Mix the ingredients together, and then apply lightly with a clean rag or dusting cloth.

You should gently buff the homemade lemon furniture polish on the wood furniture to bring out the shine.

Discard any unused polish after use, because it does not store well.

You can also see a video demonstrating how to make this home made polish here.

Homemade Beeswax Furniture Polish

To make this homemade beeswax polish you will need the following ingredients:

Directions:

Combine all the ingredients together and then apply lightly with a clean rag or dusting cloth.

You can substitute olive oil for walnut oil if you wish, but walnut oil is a great furniture polish ingredient.

You can learn some natural ways for removing furniture scratches with walnuts here.

Vinegar And Oil Furniture Polish

Ingredients:

Directions:

Mix the ingredients together, and then apply lightly with a clean rag or dusting cloth.

This polish, because it has such a large amount of vinegar, also will clean your wood furniture while it polishes, but therefore should also be used more sparingly and less often.

Discard any unused polish after use, because it does not store well.

How Do You Make Your Own Furniture Polish?

I know I have only provided a couple of recipes for furniture polish, and that there must be many more.

You can share your secrets for how to make furniture polish here, or read recipes already submitted.

In addition, if you decide not to make your own polish for your wood furniture, and instead to use a commercially made product, check out these wood furniture cleaner and polish reviews to find out which ones work best.

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