Furniture Polish.

Practical Magazine 20, 1876

(Chemistry applied to the Arts, Manufactures, &c. Miscellaneous).

The following is a good preparation for polishing articles of furniture, objects covered with leather, floors, &c. Let 51 grammes (1¾ oz.) of stearine finely shaved be put in 72 grammes (2½ oz.) of heated oil of turpentine, and after being melted, be left to cool. A salve will be produced which should be applied in small quantities to a woollen rag. The article to be polished must be well rubbed with this, and lastly wiped with a clean dry cloth.

- Polytechnisches Notiz-Blatt.

Ei kommentteja :