DIY blogger confession time:
Until a couple weeks ago, I had only attempted to wax two pieces of furniture.
One turned out so-so.
The other was a complete failure.
In the end, the failure, the french country chest ended up with a light sanding and a coat of Polycrylic.
I would now like to announce that I am a waxing furniture pro.
Yes, after only one successful piece of furniture waxed two weeks ago, I am declaring myself a pro.
I don’t have an ego at all.
However, my pro-ness in the waxing furniture department depends on one thing.
The AutoRight cordless detailing polisher, made by HomeRight.
Yes, I turned to the big guns to perfect my waxing skills and it was so worth it.
Last week, I showed you this beauty.
And when I showed it to you, I hinted around that I had discovered the easiest way to waxing furniture. There are only four steps.
#1 – Attach foam pad to the polisher and rub it around in the wax of your choice. If the can isn’t big enough to rub it around in, spread a little on the pad with a knife (that’s what I did.)
#2 – Can you push a button? You can? Good. That’s all you have to do to apply the wax to the furniture. Simply pull the trigger and watch that bad boy coat your piece in wax. The foam pad is great for getting into tight spots.
#3 – After letting your wax sit for a while, attach the cute little blue bonnet to the polisher.
#4 – Pull the trigger again and watched your piece become polished to perfection.
That’s it. This polisher makes waxing so much easier and now I can actually use wax on pieces!
Would you like your own? You can buy one on Amazon for around $55. Not too shabby for a tool that is life changing.
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