Tips On Cleaning Wooden Fittings

Wooden furniture is an amazing touch to any household. Not only does it give a naturistic view of the place but it also adds in a whole load of style and class. Yet there many moments where you feel even the most beautiful things must come to an end especially when see all the scratches and water spots on your luxurious wooden furniture. And though cleaning wood can be a huge hassle especially when you see all those scratches and water spots that have been existing since forever, mainly because you didn’t know how to get rid of or even clean them, there are many ways to help you get rid of these once and for all. And here are some tips to help you out;

Get rid of the longstanding polish

Have you ever come across little polish chips on your hands when you lay them on the antique chair you have been holding on to since forever? That is all the old buildup of polish that is slowly chipping away from the surface. Getting rid of it once and for all before it worsens is the ideal thing to do. This way you could even give your furniture a new polish as well. Get a couple tea bags and place them in boiling water to soak. Once it has cooled down get an old yet clean piece of rag and wipe the entire chair or furniture surface with it. The tannic acid properties of the tea would surely help in removing these old polish chips sooner thus preparing it for a new polish that would give it a new shine. The wooden in itself would seem to look brighter once cleaned with this mix, then you could either leave it at that or paint a new coat of varnish over it to make sure the new shine lasts. For any other complications with your fittings that you aren’t aware of how to fix, you could use the upholstery cleaners Adelaide services offered by professionals.

Ridding water marks

This is another bad thing that many experience when it comes to wooden fittings. You might notice even the slightest drop of water creates the whitest stain that over time becomes more permanent if not dealt with then and there. Using non-gel toothpaste and a clean piece of cloth wipe away the slightest water stain then and there and avoid the trouble you would have to go through if it were to become permanent. But if it is an already permanent stain you are dealing with then mix toothpaste and baking soda to a 1:1 ratio and using a clean cloth scrub gently and wipe off the stain to make sure it gone once and for all. Try out this and you may not even need the help of upholstery cleaners unless and of course it becomes even more complicated than it maybe.Try out these and make sure you can live to see your wooden furniture last a really long time!