@aiarnoldoconstancio8 asked 3 months ago.

How to fix squeeky wood furniture?

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@hvpurificacion21 answered 2 months ago.

You should always use oil to fix squeaky wood furniture. You can use any kind of cooking oil, but olive oil is best. You can also use mineral oil. Don’t use butter or shortening. Just rub the oil into the wood and let it sit for a few hours.
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@ilgermaine11 replied 2 months ago.

The solution is to use a natural oil, such as coconut oil, that will help to saturate the surface of the wood and help the two pieces of wood glide over each other. An easy way to do this is to take a few drops of the oil and rub it along the edge of the wood furniture.
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@gaelmo0 answered 2 months ago.

The trick to getting rid of a squeaky floor or piece of furniture is to use an anti-squeak spray that you can buy at any hardware store. These sprays use a silicone-based lubricant that fills in the tiny gaps between the wood so that it can’t move or squeak.
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@hspaillacho18 answered 2 months ago.

Make a mixture of 2 parts olive oil and 1 part lemon juice. Rub the oil-lemon mixture into the wood and let it sit for about an hour. Then, wipe it off with a dry cloth.
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@acartman2 answered 2 months ago.

Before you send a piece of wood furniture off to the landfill or donate it to a thrift store, take a moment to see if it can be saved. Most squeaky wood furniture can be salvaged. All you need to do is pull out the nails and remove all the loose pieces of wood.

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@bbtheodorus1 answered 2 months ago.

Squeaky wood furniture is nothing more than loose parts rubbing against each other and it’s one of the most common types of noise you hear in older homes. The solution to fixing squeaky wood furniture is to reattach the loose parts.
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