Homemade Wood Furniture Polish

June 21, 2012

This homemade wood furniture polish is really simple, inexpensive, and effective. It will make your furniture look incredible.

Homemade Wood Furniture Polish

This natural homemade wood furniture polish is really effective and takes seconds to make.

I have used this natural wood furniture polish a lot and love it.

I have also added some wood furniture cleaning and restoring tips that we used as well. These tips are nothing new. They are recipes my mum has been using for years. But I wanted to share them for those of you who have not tried making your own furniture polish.

If you make another homemade wood furniture polish, please share the recipe in the comments.


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Homemade Wood Furniture Polish

This homemade natural wood furniture polish is easy to make, simple, inexpensive, and effective. 

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Author Tess Masters


to polish:

to clean:

to restore:


  1. To make the wood polish, hake in a glass jar and apply with a very soft cloth to naturally clean and polish hard wood furniture. You only need a little bit.
  2. To make the wood cleaner, use a soft cloth to wipe down wooden furniture and give it a good cleaning before polishing and restoring.
  3. To make the wood restorer, mix together and use a soft cloth to restore wood furniture.
  4. To use the water-spot remover, rub to remove marks with the grain. Wipe off with a soft cloth.

Recipe Notes

To remove condensation:
Mix equal parts of distilled white vinegar and extra-virgin olive oil.

Photo by Trent Lanz and styling by Alicia Buszczak