How does your piano shine? With essential wood polish of course!

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Kayla Howard loves doing business from her home in the woods where she is the master real food chef, homeschool teacher, goat shepherdess, head gardener and holds a certificate of studies from The Pacific Institute of Aromatherapy Her passion is vibrant health in beautiful homes!


  • Kristine Swaren says:

    very cool. so if I leave the mix and some rags out, the house elves will use it overnight, right? I like your logic about the vinegar/oil proportions. I went looking on ehow and Rachel Yatuzis has a bunch of house-cleaning videos. She suggests a vinegar-water spray first to clean the wood, then polish it with olive oil. Kayla, you said jojoba oil – why is it recommended?

  • Mary Ellen says:

    I am going to try this!!! I'll use lemon EO because lemon is just "right!" something like spearmint would be incongruous with wood polish! ;-)
    What was the oil you used with the alcohol?

  • Joyfulmomof6 says:

    Another Brilliant idea, Kayla!
    I never would have thought of this.
    I tried it today using olive oil (didn't have jojoba), vinegar and ylang ylang and vanilla essential oils. It worked great on our new (to us) piano from c 1920s.

  • Tom Oak says:

    Wood furniture polish definitely makes your wooden furniture look so much nicer!

    Thanks for the post :-)

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