• GIVEAWAY ALERT! Piggy Cutting Board!

    We found this vintage piggy cutting board while shopping in Orange, CA. We conditioned it with food safe Howard Products Cutting Board Oil and are giving it away (wine and snacks not included-ha!). Comment on this blog by answering the following question for a chance to win the cutting board:
    What's your go-to product for revitalizing vintage items?
    We will draw a winner (via random number generator) on Friday, February 28th and announce the winner here and on Facebook. Be sure to check back with us! Good luck!
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    • West Hampstead Carper Cleaners Ltd. says...

      This cutting board looks so cute! I want one too! Hope that I could find something online! Thanks for sharing! West Hampstead Carper Cleaners Ltd.
      West Hampstead Carper Cleaners Ltd.

      On January 27, 2015

    • Christine Devoe says...

      You can’t beat vinegar, baking soda and lemon juice as cleansers.

      On February 26, 2014

    • Bebe says...

      I love Murphy’s oil soap for cleaning wooden items and good old lemon Pledge for giving things a nice shine! Also, Comet cleanser works well for taking off that “metallic shine” that comes with having vintage glassware (like swanky swigs, juice glasses, etc) stored in newspaper. A very gentle scrubbing will usually revive the colors.

      On February 26, 2014

    • Violet says...

      I have always used Murphy’s Oil Soap.

      On February 25, 2014

    • Andi Furr says...

      Murphy’s Oil Soap is gentle on most surfaces and cleans well with no harsh chemical fumes. We use it to clean many household surfaces and items including revitalizing antique and vintage finds!

      On February 25, 2014

    • Darlene Oppee says...

      Again, it depends on what I am cleaning. Certain products are a must in my house, bleach, oil polish, awesome and a lil ole elbow grease. If we are talking about linen borax powder with detergent. Tide fresh and clean a new one out right now is working for me…. Top of the morning to ya Ki. Still waiting on my copy of your mag. I havent found in this area yet. Maybe tomorrow will check out Tops again.

      On February 25, 2014

    • Sandy Marsh-Wissman says...

      Depending on the item I’m cleaning, but sometimes we use a product called Awesome which can be found in the Dollar Stores and we also use Bleche White, an automotive product, and even sometimes use denture cleaner on glass and ceramics. Depends on what dirt I’m trying to remove and what the piece is made of.

      On February 25, 2014

    • darla says...

      I always start with just a damp cloth. I’ll check out the cutting board oil.

      On February 25, 2014

    • Brenda cole says...


      On February 24, 2014

    • LuAnn Summers says...

      Not sure if it can be called a “product” but I use old fashioned elbow grease when needed with soap and water added too.

      Thanks for this opportunity.

      On February 24, 2014

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