How To Make Furniture Polish
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Tell me how to make furniture polish for use in your home, and read recipes submitted by others below.

With a need to save money and also for environmental reasons, more and more people are making their own cleaning supplies.

However, when you are new to making your own products you can feel a bit nervous about which recipes and uses will actually work or not.

This is your chance to share your knowledge if you have a great recipe for this product, or get some tips of your own to make sure you get the best results possible.



Here are the recipes and instructions submitted so far:

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polishing cloth
Home Made Furniture Polish With Lemon Scent
walnut
Fix Furniture Scratches With A Walnut
dust cloth
Make Your Own Pretreated Dust Cloths

nice and fluffy fabric softener
Use Diluted Liquid Fabric Softener For Dusting & Polishing
homemade furniture polish ingredients
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how to make furniture polish

There are many reasons you might want to make your own furniture polish, ranging from cost savings to environmental and health concerns.

But no matter what your reason for doing it yourself, it is important to find a recipe that works well, and safely for your wooden furniture.

As you can already see from the recipes already submitted, there is a lot of ways to do it.

So, have you used a homemade furniture polish that has worked well for you?

If so, please share your recipe with me now, and I'll add it to this page.


Do You Have A Recipe For How To Make Furniture Polish To Share?

There are lots of recipes for homemade and natural furniture polishes floating around out there, especially here on the Internet. Have you used a recipe that worked well for you? If so, please share the recipe and instructions with us here.

In addition, if you have tried to make your own furniture polish and the recipe you used didn't work as well as you would like it, you can also tell us about that, so we can steer clear of these recipes.

Submitted Recipes For How To Make Furniture Polish

Click the links below to see homemade furniture polish recipes already submitted by others.

Feel free to comment on any of these submissions to tell us how they worked for you, or about any other thoughts you have.

Home Made Furniture Polish With Lemon Scent 
Below is a video showing how to make home made furniture polish with a lemon scent. It is quite an easy recipe, and actually one that I recommend here …

How To Make Your Own Dust Cloths 
Below is a video showing you how to make your own dust cloths. These can be used in place of purchasing disposable treated dusting cloths to save you …

Fix Furniture Scratches Naturally With A Walnut 
Below is a video showing how to fix furniture scratches naturally with a walnut. I love natural home remedies for your home, because they are cheap …

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