Fixing Scratches In Wood Furniture Is Much Easier Than You Thought
We can all agree that scratches on our favorite wooden furniture can be a bummer. Most people go about refinishing them with hours of sanding, and staining. But does it really have to be that complicated to bring your furniture back to its former glory? Actually, it doesn’t.
Jessica, from Domestic Bliss Squared, decided to try a particular life hack for restoring her wooden table. It took almost no time, and even less effort. The results? Amazing!
Introducing Jessica’s test subject. It is a part of her vintage furniture collection, which her husband (lovingly?) calls, “Ugly grandpa furniture.”
Well, these results aren’t kidding. It looks like it’s new!
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*Carnival voice* That’s right folks. For the low, low price of – insert cost of vinegar and olive oil here – and very little elbow grease, you too can get that beautiful old furniture to shine like the jewel of antiquity it was meant to be!
At a glance, it looks like it’s in perfect condition.