Werknesh Vidya. Furniture. June 07th , 2017.
Lemon oil is extracted from the lemon peels or lemon rinds. It smells like a freshly cut lemon and is yellowish to light green in color. It has a number of beneficial properties and finds use in several different applications, ranging from personal care products and home cleaning products to furniture polishes. The main chemicals in lemon oil include alpha pinene, myrcene, alpha terpinene, linalool, camphene, limonene, and beta bisabolene. Unlike most other essential oils that are obtained by the process of steam distillation, lemon oil is generally manufactured by the process of cold extraction.
You may have come across vintage gates, well the trick is to cut off the patch of the design that you wish to incorporate. You can use the pieces to make a tabletop, or make the legs for a shelf or a chair. You can even make a lamp with it or make frames for paintings. The gate can also be used as a part of the bed to make the headboard. It can also be used to make a small bridge for your garden pond.
VI. Using your finger, dip in mineral oil, then in salt. Use your finger, now coated, to rub the spot with a circular motion, and wipe out the spot slowly.
Known as a powerful cleaning and polishing agent, lemon oil can easily restore the lost luster of your old furniture. Since store-bought cleaners are way too expensive, making the oil at home is the next best solution. Homemade cleaners are non-toxic, environment-friendly, and help you save a lot on your overall expenses. The citric scent of the oil will not only make your furniture shine and glow, it will also leave your home smelling fresh. Just a few drops of the oil, and you can forget about polishing them for at least a month.
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