Step/Methods To Clean Table With Olive Oil
Follow the below given methods with steps in order to clean wood table using Olive oil:
Method 1: Deep Cleansing Furniture Oil
- Choose: The first thing is to choose a cheap olive oil for wood furniture polish. Olive pomace oil is the cheapest oil which is just fine for cleaning the wood furniture.
- Combine: Now, mix the olive oil along with vinegar in a glass container or in a ceramic container.
- Apply: You can now apply the mixture with soft polishing cloth but make sure not to rub hard and leave it to soak in completely.
- Dry: After applying this mixture completely dry the table, drying process will only take few hours.
Method 2: Regular Cleaning Furniture Oil
- Combine: Olive oil and lemon juice, in a ceramic container or glass container, should be mixed.
- Apply: Next, apply this mixture with soft polishing cloth.
- Cloth: You can use the soft cloth to shine the wood table by rubbing briskly.
- Dry: Allow the wood table to air dry for few hours.
Different Methods to Clean Table with Vinegar
In order to clean wood Table using Vinegar, follow the below given methods carefully:
Method 1: Cleaning with Vinegar
- Mix: White vinegar and water should be combined before mixing 3 tablespoons (45 mL) of vinegar for every cup (240 mL) of water (filtered).
- Test: Make sure to test this mixture on an inconspicuous area then apply a small amount of this mixture to the test area and then dry it with a clean cloth.
- Wet Cloth: By Using cheesecloth, soft, or a clean rag, wet a cloth and use this mixture. The user can spray the mixture onto the rag or dip the cloth in the bucket of the mixture and be sure completely wring out the cloth so that it’s not overly saturated.
- Rub: Now rub the wood table with the moistened clean cloth and make circular motions. Rub in the grain directions to get rid of watermarks from the table and then rinse the cloth when you see that it become a dirty cloth or take a new one.
- Excess Moisture: Clean any excess moisture which comes after rubbing the mixture on the wood table. Use a clean cloth to buff the wood table in circular motion and be sure to buff away moisture as the final step.
Method 2: Polishing with Vinegar and Oil
- Dilute: First dilute olive oil with white vinegar. Mix 1 part of olive oil to 1 part of white vinegar then a small squirt of fresh lemon juice or lemon oil if desired. Put this mixture in a jar and shake it well.
- Test: Now, you have to test this mixture, find inconspicuous area for testing. Dip the cloth to get just a small amount of a solution on it and rub the cloth on the testing area, then buff it dry with a cloth.
- Apply: Apply this mixture to a clean cloth. Use a clean rag, soft cloth or a piece of cheesecloth, dip the rag to get a small amount of this mixture.
- Rub: Rub the wood table with moistened cloth. Rub according to the wood grain directions in order to remove scratches and watermarks.
- Excess Moisture: If there is any extra moisture available, wipe it. Use a clean cloth to buff the wood table in a circular motion. If you notice there are any spots that didn’t get clean, then use the cleaning solution again for 2-3 times until you see the clean surface.
- Polish: Always polish the wood table 1 to 2 times per year. Annual polishing will give your wood table moisture and shine, and also help to avoid it from looking dry and worn.