Got Wood?

Does your house have wood doors, wood casings, wood cabinets?  Ours does.

Put that, animals, and kids that love rolling toys {and toys that don’t roll, just dent} and you’ve got knicks and scratches all day long …

Look at this nastiness right here…

Save money and time!  You don't have to sand and re-stain your cabinets or wood, check out this amazing secret!Would you sand and re-stain this?

Probably yessssss ….

But you don’t have to.

Three words… WATCO REJUVENATING OIL

You just have rub it on, wait 10 minutes and rub off.

Watch what this lil metal can o’ magic can do!

Save money and time!  You don't have to sand and re-stain your cabinets or wood, check out this amazing secret!Save money and time!  You don't have to sand and re-stain your cabinets or wood, check out this amazing secret!

Save money and time!  You don't have to sand and re-stain your cabinets or wood, check out this amazing secret!Scratches are GONE!!!

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Save money and time!  You don't have to sand and re-stain your cabinets or wood, check out this amazing secret!

Save money and time!  You don't have to sand and re-stain your cabinets or wood, check out this amazing secret! RUST-OLEUM 66041 Watco Quart Rejuvenating Oil
Check this out….

Save money and time!  You don't have to sand and re-stain your cabinets or wood, check out this amazing secret!

Save money and time!  You don't have to sand and re-stain your cabinets or wood, check out this amazing secret!I seriously can’t get enough of this stuff!

Save money and time!  You don't have to sand and re-stain your cabinets or wood, check out this amazing secret!I just did it in the middle there, can you see it?

Save money and time!  You don't have to sand and re-stain your cabinets or wood, check out this amazing secret!This is makes my heart sing!!!

Save money and time!  You don't have to sand and re-stain your cabinets or wood, check out this amazing secret!I have used Watco Rejuvenating Oil on my cabinets and baseboards in the past.  It really brings back the lustre of the wood and for little money spent.  It doesn’t take long at all.  I was able to do all my doors in our house in an hour.  So much easier than all the hard work and elbow grease, time and money!  Just my humble opinion!!

Check out my post on my wood cabinets!

Clean your wood cabinets with this little can of awesome!  It will save you from sanding, refinishing, and TIME! They will look new again!

 I bought mine at a local hardware store, so it’s accessible, just ask for it by name.  Watco Rejuvenating Oil. Or order it on Amazon.com

{this is NOT a sponsored post, I just LOVE this stuff and want to share it with you}

Comments

  1. What about wood floors? I’ve got 2 big dogs and 1 little toddler and my foyer looks a hot mess! If not this, what?

    • Ella, I would totally try it! My doors are all finished with a lacquer. My only advice is to make sure to follow the instructions. It will leave a film on the finish that is hard to remove if you do not rub off after 10 minutes. xo

  2. Okay I NEED that! Our house has two little ones & a crazy pup- we’d definitely put that to work!
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  3. Canola oil and white vinegar will do the same thing, and a lot cheaper.

    • Thank you, Gwen! Can you let me know what units of each to mix for myself and my readers to try. I’m always looking for new things to try. xo

  4. Does it come in different shades so you can match the colors?

  5. What is the amounts of canola oil and vinegar? Do you wipe it on and rub or wipe it off in 10 min’s too?

    • Hi Pam! I haven’t tried the oil and vinegar, but I’ve read 3/4 cup oil and 1/4 vinegar and no need to wipe off after. Let us know if you try it and what your results were. xo

  6. HAS ANYONE TRIED IT ON WEATHERED ENTRY DOORS??

  7. Tara ,
    I am beyond thrilled I found you on Pinterest. I was about to hop in the car to head to the hardware when I read the post by qwen about the DIY version. Sooo in my pj’s I ran to the kitchen and poured up olive oil and vinegar concoction … Omg! It’s a miracle!!! I wish I could post a pic in the comment. It was so easy. I have new cabinets!!! Thank you!!! :D

  8. DON’T PUT FOOD OIL ON YOUR CABINETS! VEGETABLE BASED OILS WILL GO RANCID AFTER A WHILE AND YOU WILL HAVE SPOILED OIL SOAKED INTO YOUR WOOD. IF YOU MUST DO THE DIY VERSION MAKES SURE TO USE FOOD GRADE MINERAL OIL, THAT IS WHAT IS USED ON CUTTING BOARDS AND SUCH.

    • Baylie, thank you so much! That is such a valid point! Thank you for sharing the alternative for the vegetable based oil. My readers will appreciate it!

  9. Chris Borders says:

    Is this also available at Lowes or home depot?

  10. I looked at the details on the product. It claims it’s good on previously oiled wood items. But some of the reviews state they used it on old furniture, (not specifying the previous oil treated). I just acquired a gorgeous vintage bedroom set that would benefit greatly from something like this, it’s one of those wood veneer sets… not sure if this would be appropriate or not. I’m pretty sure there is a finish on there and it’s not oil.

    • Andrea! I’d love to see your vintage bedroom set! I’m a sucker for them! I am not an expert, however, I would simply try it on an inconspicuous area and let it sit overnight to see it’s reaction if any. Please come back and let us know how it turns out! xo

  11. I just looked up the product, it says “interior only”, I have a front door that needs some major love. Do you think it would work?

    • Hey Charlie! I’m wondering if it’s a door in full sun? If it’s shaded, I’m wondering if you tried it in an small area, like in a corner or something to see what it might do. I haven’t used the product on an outdoor surface, so I can’t answer for sure. I’m also thinking that it may dry up quickly and you may have to re-apply the product more often than not. Best advice, if you have access to a Lowes or Home Depot or wood supply store, ask them what they’ve heard or experienced. Please come back and share your experience or advice you received. {you could probably even call a wood supply store if one is not close to you to ask} Thanks for your question! xo

  12. Hi,
    Used the Watco oil on an old clock. I wiped it down first with water and just a couple of drops of dish soap. Next, I applied the oil on a small spot on the side, just to be sure. The wood was so parched and had some minor scratches. Could not believe the transformation. The grain showed up and there is a very nice lustre. Hard to believe it’s the same clock. Still have some minor repairs to make to some of the veneer. Am looking around the house to see what else can be revived :) Thank you again for recommending this product.

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