How to Clean Antique Furniture

  1. Mary says:

    So in love with this piece! And that stenciled PARKER just makes it even better❤️ I never know what to use when cleaning so, thanks for addressing the “cleaning vintage items” dilemma in detail! I have started to use a polyurethane sealer also. I can’t stand the collection of dust on the non-sealed pieces. Can’t wait to see the other goodies!

  2. Christina says:

    Brilliant ????????????????????‼️

  3. La Donna Sullivan says:

    I looked at all your posts here & they are very good, great info, I didn’t see a comment section on the other ones

  4. MaryLisa says:

    It’s such a great piece! Thanks for the cleaning tips.

  5. Wend says:

    Isn’t it dangerous to mix detergent and bleach? The labels warn against it since it creates a toxic fumes.
    I have wondered how to get the “old stink” out of antique wood pieces, but am afraid to mix detergent and bleach.

  6. Kathy says:

    Does this work with musty attic kind of smells? I bought this wonderful little dresser that had THAT SMELL. I tried everything I read on line. It’s better but I can still smell it a little bit.

  7. Sue says:

    Thank you so much for the cleaning tips. I bought an antique farm table (also barn stored) and dish soap alone didn’t clean it real well so I’m going to try your method. Thank you again for this post!

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