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Using the walnut method for wood repair

Over time, your furniture at home gets old and eventually worn out, no matter how hard you try to protect it. The damages can be anything from scratches to nicks, dents, and many more. But, if most of your furniture at home or in the office is made out of wood, today’s your lucky day. There is no need to take on a big repair and restoration project when you have walnuts.

Yes, you read that right – WALNUTS!


Your average walnut has refinishing abilities which can take your old, worn-out, and terribly scratched wooden furniture and make it good as new.

While you may also try using other types of nuts, such as almonds and pecans, walnuts are the softest – making them very easy to work with.

It is an inexpensive method to reviving old furniture and erasing years and years’ worth of damage. But how do you do it?

The method for using walnuts to remove scratches and light dents is simple. Just take your raw walnuts, double check your wood furniture’s material and finish (the walnut method doesn’t work well on lacquer) and remember that walnuts cover damage the best when working with natural wood. Once you’ve completed the checklist, you’re ready to “colour” those scratches and dents in. Easy!


And remember, for wood that has a different colour, or is slick and shiny, you would have to do some sanding and repainting because the humble walnut can’t help you with those. But for all the rest of your natural and light-coloured wood, feel free to use walnuts to rub those signs of age away.


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