How to Restore Dry, Cracked Wood in Less Than 60 Seconds

My mother-in-law taught me this little trick and it’s worked wonderfully for me, so I thought I’d pass it along!

Here’s the before:

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And here’s the after:

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And here, my friends, is the magic weapon:

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Apply a liberal amount of Old English (you really can’t put on too much) and rub it in. That’s it! Quick, effective, and inexpensive. One little tip is to choose one rag and stick with it. Once you put the oil on a rag, it’s never coming out, so make that your permanent rag for this job. I keep the bottle of oil and rag together in a Ziplock bag, and that way I can grab and go when I need to polish my wood.

Wood Collage

Here are some more before and after pictures:

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Have a blessed day!

2 thoughts on “How to Restore Dry, Cracked Wood in Less Than 60 Seconds

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