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Is Vinegar, baking soda and lemon safe for furniture?

 
                            
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I use Vinegar, baking soda, and lemons in my daily house hold cleaning, all have natural cleaning powers that rival manufactured cleaning solutions. I wonder will It be safe to use It  to remove stains on my furniture?
 
Fred Morgan
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No idea, but generally, when in doubt, try it somewhere it won't be seen, like under a table.
 
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lemon might be ok..check as said above, not sure about others
 
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The problem with the question, is not all furniture is made the same. For example, if it were outdoor furniture, and you used teak oil, I could see citrus stripping off the oil.

Best place to ask this question would be on a site where there are furniture makers.
 
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