what can I use to get nicotie off antique furniture that is severally built up on it
I have a antique bedroom set that was passed down to me and my husband and the lady that we got it from was a chain smoker and I was wondering what i could use to get the severe nicotine off of i and back to its original color and finish...
You have probably already done something about it by now since you asked your question long ago. But on the off chance you still want to clean your furniture. Try the steps in my hub:
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-remove-w … e-easy-way
The stuff I used to restore the furniture from ugly scratches and water stains will probably work for nicotine stains as well.
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