DIY Homemade Wood Cleaner Recipe Using Lemons
Using 3 Ingredients
I absolutely love it when my wood furniture shines, but it’s very hard to make that happen on a daily basis with two small kids and lots of finger prints. My children love to help me clean off the finger prints by wiping the tables with a cloth, but I’m always afraid of letting them spray the wood cleaner because of the poison in the bottle.
Well, I started researching easy DIY homemade wood cleaner recipes and came across a ton of really good ones. I am so excited to share with you my version of the easiest wood cleaner today. It only has 3 ingredients. I just whipped up the easy to make recipe the other day and stored it in a baby food jar. I’m also not afraid to have my children help me clean our wooden tables now because the homemade wood cleaner is edible, although I would not recommend eating it.
I spray painted the top of my baby food jar and cut out a black chalkboard label to place on the jar, so I would know exactly what was in the jar. I also decorated the jar with a little thin twine (You can buy the twine on this page – link at bottom of page) to make it look cute. (You can buy the products seen here by clicking on the picture below).
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Only 3 Ingredients! Super Easy!!
- I squeezed 1 organic lemon into my baby food jar (make sure no seeds fall in)
- Next, I mixed 1 part distilled white vinegar (I have not tried any other type of vinegar, so I would only use this one)
- Mix 1 part extra virgin olive oil
- Mix it all together in a jar and shake it up.
I just poured a little mixture onto a soft cloth and tested it on my wood table first and then used it. I would always recommend testing it first on your wood furniture. I’m not a wood cleaning furniture expert, so use with caution on your furniture.
* You can use any kind of jar with a lid