You will need
- - furniture wax;
- - natural beeswax;
- - liquid Polish;
- - cloths for polishing;
- - a cotton swab;
- - a broad brush;
- - turpentine;
- - linseed oil.
Before you begin, get the right tool. The natural wood furniture with matte polished surface it is recommended to apply special furniture wax. Sales are toned means to refresh the color of the wood. Antique furniture is better to Polish with natural beeswax, no dyes. Veneered and lacquered surfaces are treated with liquid Polish oil-based.
Wipe the surface from dust. If it is found the spot, erase it. The white circles from wet glasses removed swab dipped in a mixture of oil and Cologne. In the same way you can remove strokes from a pen or pencil. The surface must be dry.
Working with natural wood, choose a furniture wax in the color of the surface. He must not only Shine, but slightly toned furnishings, a refreshing color. Apply a small on the soft cloth rag and RUB it into the wood soft circular movements. Start with large surfaces, in the last process thread, ledges, drawers and shelves. Don't take too much, otherwise the wax will fall unevenly and forms on the surface of the furniture dull spots.
Antique chests of drawers and cupboards can be polished with natural beeswax. Warm it in a water bath and the wide brush to apply to the surface. RUB the tool with a soft cloth until it is completely absorbed and Polish wood to a Shine.
Modern furniture with a smooth surface of natural veneer can be treated industrial liquid polishes oil-based. Spray from the spray or apply it with a cotton swab to the surface, cleansed from dust. Be careful with glass Polish badly washed. Soft cloth RUB the tool and buff until completely absorbed.
Industrial liquid Polish can be replaced by a simple homemade recipe. Mix a pint of drying oil with a quart of turpentine. Pour the mixture into a tightly screw-top container. Apply it on the furniture with a cotton swab and RUB with a dry woolen cloth to Shine.