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All Natural Cleaning Recipes:
Furniture Care



Furniture Polish

If you have all natural wood surfaces in your home, this polish is a great substitute for noxious spray-on cleaners.


1/2 cup olive oil
1/4 cup fresh lemon juice


Mix oil and lemon juice in a small spray bottle and shake well before use. Mist on to a dry, lint-free cloth and polish wood surfaces to a shine. Do not use this formula on wood veneer or other non-natural surfaces.


Polishing Cloths

Think you just can't live without your pre-moistened, disposable polishing cloths?


Try this all-natural approach and you'll change your tune.



Furniture Polish formula (above)
3-4 square cotton cleaning cloths 1 large glass jar





Pour several teaspoons of furniture polish into a jar. Cover tightly and shake thoroughly until the sides of the jar are completely coated. Pour any excess back into the spray bottle. Place unfolded cotton cloths inside jar and cover tightly. Leave the jar overnight. By the morning, the rags will have absorbed the polish and be ready for use. Cloths can be stored for up to three weeks.



Check out our additional All Natural Cleaning Recipes


Natural Cleaning : All Purpose Cleaner


Natural Cleaning : Scrubbing Cleanser


Natural Cleaning : Bathroom Cleaners
Toilet Bowl Cleaner
Bathroom Mold Remover


Natural Cleaning : Glass Cleaner


Natural Cleaning : Floor Cleaner


Natural Cleaning : Liquid Laundry Detergent


Natural Cleaning : Air Freshener Alternatives








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