By Araucano from FL
Yes. 2 cups vinegar to 3 or 4 gallons of water will make a cleaning solution that can't be beat!!! You can even wipe down the paneled walls being careful to not leave too much water that would make the paneling warp. The amount up above is what I use for my own cleaning. You can leave it right on the walls and appliances and even in the fridge as vinegar is a natural substance and will not taint food or give off a horrible smell. Use white vinegar for the least vinegary smell, but any vinegar will work. God Bless and Merry Christmas!
I have used a clean damp rag, soaked in white vinegar and wrung out well, on several different wood surfaces for general cleaning. (Rinse the rag with water and re dip and wring as you go.) However, most wood (unless it is completely sealed with something like polyurethane) still needs to be treated with a wood oil or wood wax a few times a year. It all depends upon the particular kind of wood and the particular kind of finish. Happy cleaning! :-)
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