How to use Citristrip (correctly) to its fullest.  Stripping furniture can be fun & fast, without ANY flesh-eating chemicals.  Explains how to even remove stain from the wood.

How to use Citristrip (correctly) to its fullest. Stripping furniture can be fun & fast, without ANY flesh-eating chemicals. Explains how to even remove stain from the wood.

Citri-strip spray stripper - the old finish from wood furniture literally comes off with a plastic scraper

Citri-strip spray stripper - the old finish from wood furniture literally comes off with a plastic scraper

How to remove paint and varnish from wood furniture! Click to see how to do it easy the first time

How to Easily Remove Paint & Varnish from Old Furniture

How to remove paint and varnish from wood furniture! Click to see how to do it easy the first time

Understanding Wood Cabinet Finishes

Understanding Wood Cabinet Finishes

How to Remove Stains from Wood Floors Before panic over a dried-up spill on your wood floor sets in, take heed: You might have options for getting it off. Here are some insights into how to remove stains from wood floors.

The easiest way to remove carpet and completely transform wood stairs. - www.littlehouseoffour.com

From Carpet to Hardwood: How to Easily Transform Your Stairs

The easiest way to remove carpet and completely transform wood stairs. - www.littlehouseoffour.com

Removing Stains from Teak and Walnut Furniture--BARKEEPERS FRIEND!!  I tried this on our stained sideboard and it TOTALLY WORKED.

Removing Stains from Teak and Walnut Furniture--BARKEEPERS FRIEND!! I tried this on our stained sideboard and it TOTALLY WORKED.

Recipe for removing Water Stains and marks from furniture: Olive Oil Table Salt Mix the olive oil and the salt in a bowl to make a thick paste.  Then, simply rub the paste onto the damaged area.  I made mine pretty thick, and just sat it on the areas where I had damage.  Leave sit for approximately :30 minutes, and wipe all excess paste off of furniture.  All of the stains will magically be gone!

Recipe for removing Water Stains and marks from furniture: Olive Oil Table Salt Mix the olive oil and the salt in a bowl to make a thick paste. Then, simply rub the paste onto the damaged area. I made mine pretty thick, and just sat it on the areas where I had damage. Leave sit for approximately :30 minutes, and wipe all excess paste off of furniture. All of the stains will magically be gone!

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