How to Remove Tar & Nicotine From Wood Furniture

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Tar and nicotine buildup can drastically affect wood furniture in a really negative way over time. Find out how to remove tar and nicotine from wood furniture with help from a 46-year-old master precision craftsman in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Todd Languell, The Flying Furniture Guy from R and D Wood Shop in Scotia, New York. Today, I'm going to show you how show you how to remove tar and nicotine from wood furniture. we can see that this has tar and nicotine on it so you're going to apply The Restor-A-Finish directly to the rag, you're going to wipe it on., Wow, that's dry. And you're going to add a little bit more. You want to put it on your rag you don't to just throw it on your furniture. You're going to wipe it on the areas that are effected with the tar and the nicotine. And what's great about this product is that you wipe it off and you wipe it on, you wipe it on and you wipe it off. And there we go. And now there's a couple of these areas are a little tougher so you out a little bit more on and then you're going to take another rag and you're are just gong to wait a minute or two and you're going to wipe it right back off. Okay and once you get all of the surface completely wiped off, you let it dry for a minute and you can see that a little bit of extra dirt come right off of there. For the tougher areas you can use a 4 ott or a 3 ott steel wool that's really super fine steel wool. After you put the Restor-A-Finish on and you wipe it off you want to use The Howard's Feed-N-Wax which is another product that is going to make this surface nice and supple. You're going to cover it, you're going to put it on and you're going to wipe it right back off. Hi, I'm Todd Languell, The Flying Furniture Guy and this was how to remove tar an nicotine from wood furniture.

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