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

shineKayla Howard is a stay at home wife and homeschooling mom who loves to teach the T-Tapp method of staying fit in 15 minutes a day from the comfort of your own home.  She is a  Biblical Health Coach and Senior T-Tapp Trainer, certified to teach all forms of T-Tapp.  If you’d like to know more about becoming and staying fit and healthy, Kayla is happy to answer your questions!  Visit her website: www.kaylahoward.com or Send an email to: kayla@t-tapp.com

About Kayla Howard

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! www.kaylahoward.com


  • 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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