Cleaning Knotty Pine Walls?

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To clean knotty pine walls, make a basic mixture of one tablespoon of dish cleanser to a large bowl or bucket of water to remove sticky substances on varnished knotty pine walls, wipe down the wall with a rag, wipe the wall with clean water to remove any cleaner residue, wipe the wall with a dry rag to try to remove sticky substances, sand flat marks, such as pen, until they disappear, and then varnish your knotty pine if you don't mind the look
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1. Create a basic solution of one tablespoon of dish detergent to a large bowl or bucket of water to remove sticky substances on varnished knotty pine walls. You may be able to use
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My entire log cabin livingroom was in knotty pine and had never been cleaned. I simply used Minwax wood cleaner on it. Use a clean rag and clean the panels one at a time from top
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vacuum with the soft brush end.
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Hi Mae, floors that old probably have alot of damage, dirt and ground in grime, and the only way to get them clean and ready for refinishing is to sand them with a commercial floor
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How to Clean Knotty Pine Walls
Often used in cabins and other rustic structures, knotty pine can add a contrast to your home as well, with its dark knots embedded in the pale-colored pine wood. Since pine is a soft wood, be careful with what you use to clean your knotty pine walls.... More »
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