Jyotsna Nitika. Furniture. October 13th , 2017.
To combat rust, sand it off along with damaged paint. Next, use a mineral spirits and a clean cloth to wipe off metal residue. Apply a rust-resistant primer before painting the furniture with a rust-resistant paint.
Every twenty to thirty years, it seems that fashion tends to come full circle, with trends simply being recycled and updated. It could just be the vicious circle of history repeating itself, but it seems that even home design is doing the same thing. If you take a gander at the home furnishing offerings today, you'll find that many of the decorations and designs are "retro"', imitating the wave of the late 1970's through the 1980's. In case you weren't around for the original styles, or have chosen to block out most of than span of time from your memory, let's take a trip back and look at the blast from the past that is piled on store shelves today.
take a bowl to combine 3 parts olive oil, 1 part white wine vinegar, and 1 part fresh lemon juice. Stir the mixture properly and pour it in a clean spray bottle. Take a soft, clean cotton towel, spray a little bit of the lemon oil polish on the towel, and rub it in a circular motion over the furniture; for wooden furniture, go in the same direction as the grain. In the end, take a dry, clean towel and wipe the oil off the furniture.
Here are few great tips for cleaning outdoor tables and chairs that will help you keep your outdoor furniture looking like new for longer.
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