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Vegetable Oil to Restore a Wooden Table?

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I have an old dining room set (26 yrs old) that I would like to bring out the finish on, or renew it with the least amount of work or bother. Is there maybe something that I could rub on with a cloth that wouldn't require a protective finish afterward? Thanks to all who respond.

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By Nelwyn Mills from Bunkie, LA

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April 28, 20091 found this helpful

Zap Professional Wood Restorer is great for that. It can be purchased online.

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Use lemon oil, I found it in Wal-mart. I apply a thin cover to my dining room table every couple of months. I let it soak in awhile, maybe a half-hour or so.

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I then wipe it down with a clean cotton cloth. Wood can dry out and this nourishes and protects the wood. Use the oil sparingly, a little goes a long way.

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