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Joanna asked: How do I remove the sticky residue from my oak kitchen table? I've had this table for over ten years, and over time, a sticky residue has started to develop. What can I do? Why is my wooden table sticky? A sticky surface typically comes from an accumulation of dirt, cooking grease and grime. Another possibility is from the buildup of furniture polish, especially waxes or oils. Fortunately, it's usually enough to give it a good clean without having to strip and refinish the surface of your table. Here's how... What you will need: Water White vinegar Bucket &...

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For many years, the timber industry was poorly regulated - ravaging virgin rainforests and destroying habitats and ecosystems which contributed to certain species' extinction.  Fortunately, things started to change in the early 90s as people began to wise-up. Environmental groups, citizens, and consumers began demanding for better logging practices and oversight.  Since that time, concepts like selective harvesting emerged from the fray. Deforestation is now more than offset by reforestation. We're very excited about solid wood furniture here at Mainland Furniture. We believe that: "wood is good" because it's one of the greenest solutions for home furniture. Thus we'll break it down for...

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Got a scratch on your gorgeous wooden piece?

Before you go and spend money on a professional to restore the surface, consider saving money by doing it yourself using everyday household items.

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Are you looking for a timeless piece of furniture that's both durable and easy to maintain. Something beautiful to look at, easy to work with, renewable, eco-friendly and much more. Read this article to find out more.

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Wooden furniture has been a design staple in a lot of kiwi's homes. Quality wood furniture can last a lifetime and is often passed down through multiple generations. That said, even the highest quality wood is susceptible to scratches and abrasions if not properly cared for. Leave an ice-cold drink on it, and you'll be staring at ring marks for all of eternity, put it too close to a heater, and it could warp, let dust pile up, and you could potentially scratch the wooden finish.  They say that "a smart person learns from his mistakes, but a truly wise...

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