How to Get Rid of Furniture Polish Buildup
Today's furniture is finished with a tough polyurethane finish that never requires waxing. Still, many consumers like the shiny look polish gives their furniture. Unfortunately, most furniture polishes contain silicone and will create a dull buildup over time. To prevent buildup, don't use polish every time you clean. Or skip the polish altogether and remove dust with a microfiber or electrostatic cloth. It's not difficult to remove furniture polish buildup with a few common household ingredients.
Mix 1 cup warm water with 1 cup vinegar in a bucket or bowl.
Dip your cloth in the water and vinegar and wring it out well.
Rub the cloth on the furniture, wiping firmly until the buildup is gone.
Dry the furniture with a clean, soft cloth.
Things You Will Need
- Clean soft cloths