Teak can be cleaned with a solution of laundry detergent, bleach and water. After cleaning the teak, you must apply a sealant to protect the wood. If the teak wood has developed a patina, you must first remove that befor... More »

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To clean a teak floor, sweep it, scrub it with laundry detergent and oxygen bleach, rinse the floor, dry it with towels, and apply teak oil. This 36-hour project requires rubber gloves, water, a cleaning brush, a bucket,... More »

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The average cost of teak wood floors is approximately $2,000 to $4,000 for a room that is 400 square feet or $5 to $10 per square foot. This is the cost for most hardwood flooring, including cherry and oak. More »

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To wash barn wood, spray it down with a mild bleach solution to discourage mold, then scrub the surface of the wood with a stiff brush and a solution of detergent and warm water. Power washing and sandblasting can also p... More »

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Clean wood veneer by wiping it with a damp cloth, mixing together a mild soap solution, scrubbing away any tough stains, and rinsing the area with clean water. The timing of this project depends on the surface area. You ... More »

To remove grease from wood cabinets, scrub with a solution of liquid detergent and warm water, then rinse the wood with water before applying a baking soda paste directly on the grease stains. Finally, scrub the stains, ... More »

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Remove mold from untreated wood by mixing a solution of chlorine bleach, liquid dish detergent and water. Scrub the wood with this solution, and rinse it thoroughly. Repeat until the mold stains are removed. More »

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