Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:11:52 AM
VI. Using your finger, dip in mineral oil, then in salt. Use your finger, now coated, to rub the spot with a circular motion, and wipe out the spot slowly.
In a bowl, combine 2 parts olive oil and 1 part fresh lemon juice together. Give it a good stir and dip a soft, clean cotton towel in it. Moving in circular motion, use this cloth to wipe the furniture; for wooden furniture, go in the same direction as the grain. If there are any hard-to-reach surfaces, dip a soft-bristled toothbrush to get the job done. Take another dry, clean towel and wipe the oil off the furniture.
Lemon oil works the same way on things made of stainless steel, silver, and brass. It not only cleans them, it also gives them a brilliant shine which lasts for long. It can also be used for cleaning the surface of dishwashers and microwaves. It takes a very small amount of oil to remove the grease from these surfaces. When using lemon oil to clean fiberglass, make sure to rinse it well to take off any excess oil that is left after cleaning. This should be followed by drying the surface with a soft cotton cloth as it helps in retaining the shine on the surface.
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