using 3/4 cup of oil & 1/4 cup vinegar to restore wood on old furniture without having to strip the pieces - trying this now! First of all, I’ve used white or apple cider vinegar and vegetable or olive oil…whatever I had on hand. Second, you simply mix it in a jar, dip a clean cloth into the mixture, then rub it into the wood. You don’t need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in.
A Quick Trick to repair damaged/badly scratched wood...3/4 cup of oil and 1/4 cup vinegar and had some to spare. You don’t need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in. Note: You can use cider vinegar and olive oil...really whatever you have on hand. Mix together and dip a rag in it and simply wipe.
Replace Rotted Wood With Epoxy Putty - For small repairs, you can use the kind of epoxy putty that comes in a two-part roll. But there's a better choice for repairing larger areas of rotted or damaged wood. Abatron WoodEpox and J-B Weld Wood Restore are two examples of two-part epoxy wood repair putty. Mixing parts A and B according to the instructions results in a soft, easily formed putty that you can use to rebuild rotted or damaged wood. For a strong repair, first soak the wood fibers…
How to Restore Scratched, Stained, and Worn Wood : another pinner says, "for watermarks - mix a thick paste of olive oil and salt and rub onto the wood - leave it for about 30 minutes. The salt draws out the moisture and the oil feeds the wood. Used this many, many times!"