Use Eyebrow Pencil to Cover Wood Scratches
A couple days ago I was given a lovely old dresser, oak I think. Unfortunately it got scratched in a couple tiny spots in the move. I didn't have any kind of scratch cover on hand. While putting on my makeup to go shopping it occurred to me my eyebrow pencil was almost the same color. I looked through my makeup and lo and behold there was an eye pencil the exact color. Rubbed it in the scratch and it disappeared. Saved a few dollars on scratch cover.
By Peggy from Cortland, OH
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September 5, 20080 found this helpful
Shoe polish or paste are also good for wood scratches. I also use shoe paste to cover scuffs on leather furniture.
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