One of the most popular ways to make fresh homemade rinse aid is to combine equal parts of white vinegar and lemon juice in a spray bottle. Vinegar removes greasy fingerprints and dirt from wood, while lemon juice acts as a disinfectant and imparts an attractive fragrance to the wood polisher. Orange essential oil prevents wood from drying out, counteracts the smell of vinegar and adds a fresh scent to natural wood polish. With a homemade furniture polish, you not only make the surface shine, but you also moisten and cure the wood.
As with wood polish with orange oil, you need a cloth to rub the oil and lemon mixture onto the furniture. While homemade furniture polishes work like a magic trick, it's still important to know how to polish furniture properly. You can make your own beeswax polish and use it to clean your wooden item regularly or to finish an unvarnished piece of furniture. As a general rule, wood furniture with a wax or oil finish should be polished at least once or twice a year.
If this seems incredible to you, it's time to learn how to make a natural wood furniture polish at home.