DIY: Furniture Polish

I thought I would share this amazing furniture polish that I have been using on all my table and chairs, especially the kids stokke high chairs and the little ikea armchairs. I am not one for polishing all my furniture, because truthfully who has time however the chairs had a few marks and needed a bit of tlc, and the polish worked like a charm.


Remember to shake the bottle next time you use the polish again.

Now get polishing!

Helpful Tips:

  • Wood furniture should only be done every couple months, it is important to continually keep it clean by dusting it or wiping it with a damp wet microfiber cloth.
  • Commercial wood polishes may look great 1-2 days after polishing, but initial impressive results can quickly fade and ultimately damage the wood. They are not only harsh on wood furniture, but they contain chemicals and artificial fragrances that can cause irritation, or worse, health problems when proper safety precautions are not taken while using them.
  • Plus this furniture polish is safe for the kids.

Make sure to Contact me  if you would like to try out the Wild Orange Essential Oil, its divine!


Note:  If you are going to use Essential Oils in your household make sure that you read the bottle and that they are not synthetic oils as you don’t want to damage your furniture.

If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician prior to using essential oils.