How to remove scratches from wood. I'll have to try that. ^_^ More
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Se você tiver uma mesa de madeira velha com a parte superior toda arranhado e feia, não jogue ela fora, porque ela ainda pode ser salva. Misture ½ xícara de vinagre com ½ xícara de azeite de oliva, molhe um pano na mistura e esfregue sobre a madeira. Os arranhões irão desaparecer completamente e a madeira vai ficar com cara de nova.
How To Fix Dents in Wooden Floors & Furniture (With an Iron!)
DIY: How To Fix Dents in Wooden Floors & Furniture With an Iron!
How to Fix Scratches In Hardwood Floors - For Dummies. Fixing scratched hardwood floors is essential for any homeowner lucky enough to have wood floors. Scratches on hardwood floors mar their beauty, but fixing scratches is easy. You can make your floor look as good as new.
Yes I want to be able to repair scratches if I get laminate floors, but I think I'm mainly pinning this b/c of the cat. How to Repair Scratched Laminate Floors thumbnail
How To: 10 DIY Ways to Repair Nicks & Scratches on Wooden Furniture
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Repairing water stains on wood. Mix a thick paste of olive oil and salt and rub onto the wood - leave it for about 30 minutes. The salt draws out the moisture and the oil feeds the wood.
Erase Ugly Scratches from Your Wood Floors
Homemade polish Mix equal parts olive oil and vinegar, which work together to remove dirt, moisturize, and shine wood. Pour a little directly onto the scratch. Let the polish soak in for 24 hours, then wipe off. Repeat until the scratch disappears.
Disc Pic. Using a Porcelain Repair Kit If the bleach and the bar Keeper Friend cannot remove all the scratches, those remaining ones may be a little deeper than the surface. If you see that scratches are actually small cracks, there is a porcelain repair kit you can find at your local hardware store that will help you fix that. The kit consist as an epoxy mix that you can apply with a toothpick to fill the crack and than just wipe off the excess with a sponge. FINALLY A FIX I HAVE NEEED!