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Treat Antique Furniture CONSUMER/EROSKI used the right products will return furniture its original brightness. Depending on the type of furniture you can use turpentine, alcohol, shellac, waxes or flaxseed oil. The cloths that you use must be smooth to not leave marks on the furniture. Clean furniture old, not necessarily an antiquity is an operation that requires mimo: it's restore original appearance and brightness without damaging the patina or delete anything other than dirt. Turpentine, alcohol, shellac, linseed oil, waxes, etc. Whatever the product or mixture used, should check their effectiveness before applying them. To do this, remember Consumer/Eroski, there to do a test in a part of the furniture that is not in sight. Always used for cleaning cloths must be smooth to avoid leaving marks on the furniture. In addition, they must be disposed frayed rags, which can leave lint or cause damage to surfaces to get caught in them. Waxed furniture wax-treated surfaces are recognized by their softness and smoothness to the touch. To clean them, should remove dust with a soft cloth or a brush. If you want to perform a cleaning deep, wet a cloth in turpentine and is rubbed with soft furniture. In areas where the soil is more attached, apply a few drops of the product and leave for several minutes. The area with a cotton ball is then rubbed. Finally, once the turpentine has dried, apply a new coat of wax. Lacquered furniture antique lacquered furniture are bright and dry to the taco. If the furniture has scratches or lacquer is damaged, the surface will acquire a matte tone and cuarteara surface layer. To restore luster to this type of furniture, it should make a crankpin of fabric and wrap it around a cotton ball soaked in alcohol. Then dissolves rubber lacquer (in scales) in...