How To Renovate Minimalist Dresser

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Modern Minimalist Dresser

Minimalist dresser sitting in your garage can be renovated. You can make the dirt-the bad black structure that looks like tar-water and scratches light all to disappear, and without buying any expensive equipment or products. By the time you are done, you will be welcome to old dresses in your household

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Remove the hardware and boxes. This allows you to do a better job cleaning the edges of the drawers, as well as the edges around the box openings. Clean the minimalist dresser fronts with a detergent and a damp dishcloth or use 2 tablespoons of balsam turpentine and 4 tablespoons of boiled linseed oil in a liter of hot water. Be careful not to flood wood with water. Too much water can penetrate exposed areas of wood and cause it to swell, cloud the finish (if you allow it to sit) and cause the joint to loosen because the water will also work on the old glue.

Get rid of light scratches, stains and gummy buildup caused by years of oils and furniture polish collecting dirt. Dip steel wool into it, then rub steel wool and back on the wood, which works with the grain. After cleaning, wipe and polish the minimalist dresser with a soft clean cloth. Rub whole clean dresser with a mixture of 3 tablespoons of boiled linseed oil and 2 tablespoons of turpentine with one liter of warm water. Clean hardware with toothpaste and a soft cloth, rinse and dry.

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