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How to clean wood doors

Before proceeding to the cleaning of our wooden doors is important to dust them carefully with a dry, soft cloth, especially in the upper part where the and in any grooves because they are the places where lurks the most dust.

As wood is a porous material and, in some aspects, it is very delicate for its cleaning is strongly discouraged l’the use of chemicals are very aggressive. Are, logically, listed products for the care of the wood or it may be more than enough l’use of water and apple cider vinegar.

Proceed with the cleaning by diluting a glass of apple cider vinegar in a bucket of lukewarm water (if you use other products, follow the dosage recommendations on the packaging), if you are white, you can also add a teaspoon of baking soda well dissolved.

Soak a cloth in the bucket and rub it on the door on the movements from the bottom to the’above, rinse well the cloth with only water and saut√© it on the door. Proceed to dry with a cotton cloth. Once dry, wipe the port with a dry, soft cloth, wool or microfiber cloth to give it shine. The same technique also applies to the doors lacquered in white.

If the port needs a more thorough cleaning, you can use a sponge soaked in water in which you dilute a tablespoon of ammonia. Be careful that the sponge has no abrasive parts that could excessive damage to the door and after you clean you can go to the wax to restore the gloss or rub a half potato and then dry with a soft cloth.

If the doors are wood in the rough, get yourself a soap of Marseille and grattugiatene a po’ in a glass of luke warm water, let dissolve. Immergeteci in a cotton cloth, squeeze it and then rub it all over the surface of the door. Need neither rinse nor dry.

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