Yehudit Laine. Furniture. July 17th , 2017.
Use a good quality table wax or furniture polish once in a month to keep the furniture look shiny and new. It will also protect the wood from getting damaged due to changes in weather conditions and termites. Fill the spray can with furniture polish and spray it everywhere (on all sides) of the furniture and use a clean dust cloth to apply it evenly. You can apply the table wax in the same way and wipe it off with a clean cloth.
Every twenty to thirty years, it seems that fashion tends to come full circle, with trends simply being recycled and updated. It could just be the vicious circle of history repeating itself, but it seems that even home design is doing the same thing. If you take a gander at the home furnishing offerings today, you'll find that many of the decorations and designs are "retro"', imitating the wave of the late 1970's through the 1980's. In case you weren't around for the original styles, or have chosen to block out most of than span of time from your memory, let's take a trip back and look at the blast from the past that is piled on store shelves today.
If you are not an ardent reader and do not mind using books as works of art, you can definitely try experimenting with discarded books. You can make a small table using heavy books, by piling them one on top of the other in a jagged manner. You must form two pillars of books, in order to place a glass top on them. A safer option would be to simply connect the two pillars with even more books by placing them within the pillars. Much like playing Jenga using wooden blocks. You can also make ceiling hangings using a book. All you need to do is to hang the books facing down, so that the hook is fixed to the cover of the book and is attached to the ceiling. Now gently fold the pages in the center of the book. Make a design, which ensures that the pages gently glide down to make a beautiful design.
V. Mix rottenstone and linseed oil to form a thin paste. Rub gently (this paste is very abrasive) on the spot. Do not rub too hard or put too much paste, as the mix will cut deep into the wood's surface. Keep checking to see if the spots disappear, if they do, stop rubbing and wipe clean with a cloth.
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