Here’s a quick tip to help restore your wood surfaces without breaking the bank.

If you’re planning to sell your home and you have wood vanities, wood floors, or various other wood furniture that have surface scratches, today I have a quick and simple tip to help you restore those areas: Old English wood polish.

For around $6, a bottle of Old English will camouflage many imperfections in wood surfaces. Recently, we sold our home; we have two dogs and children, so we naturally had some discoloration on some of our floors and vanities. I simply soaked a towel with Old English and took it to those wood surfaces. The before-and-after results look like thousands of dollars of improvements, but really, it was just one little bottle of Old English.

If you’re looking to do some small cosmetic tweaks before you put your home on the market or it’s already on the market, don’t hesitate to reach out to me for further tips to help you accomplish your goals. I’d love to help.

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Throughout his career, Michael learned the importance of high-caliber marketing versus “traditional marketing”, which has become pivotal to his success. Over the past twenty years, LaFido and his team have developed a method that takes a more comprehensive, and proactive approach when positioning and marketing a home.