Steak Sauce. To repair scratches on wooden furniture, use a cotton
ball to dab Al Steak Sauce on the mark until it attains the appropriate hue
Alberto V05 Conditioning Hairdressing. Put a dab of Alberto V05
Conditioning Hairdressing on a clean, soft cloth and buff the scratch until
it fades away.
Crayola Crayons. Choose a Crayola Crayon in the shade of brown that
matches the color of the furniture. Warm the crayon to make the wax more
pliable, work the colored wax into the scratch, and gently scrape away any
Crisco All-Vegetable Shortening. To conceal a fine scratch on wooden
furniture, rub a dab of Crisco All-Vegetable Shortening into the scratch and
buff with a clean, soft cloth.
Forster Toothpicks. Dip a Forster Toothpick in the appropriate color
paint to retouch fine scratches in wooden furniture.
Heinz White Vinegar, Iodine, and Q-Tips Cotton Swabs. Mix a few drops
of Heinz White Vinegar with a few drops of iodine to match the color of
mahogany or cherry wood furniture and use a Q-Tips Cotton Swab dipped in the
solution to touch up a scratch in furniture.
Peanut Butter. To conceal a fine scratch on wooden furniture, rub the
spot with a little dab of Jif Peanut Butter and wipe clean. The oil in the
peanut butter will color and hide the scratch.
Kikkoman Soy Sauce. Use a cotton ball to dab Kikkoman
Soy Sauce on the scratch until achieving the right tone of brown.
Kiwi Shoe Polish. To hide scratches on wooden furniture, apply a dab
of the appropriate color Kiwi Shoe Polish, wait one minute, and buff with a
clean, soft cloth. Repeat until you achieve the desired color tone.
& Perrins Worcestershire Sauce. Use a cotton ball to apply a few
drops of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce to the scratch to make it
Maxwell House Instant Coffee and Wesson Corn Oil. Mix one tablespoon
Maxwell House Instant Coffee and one table spoon Wesson Corn Oil and use
this all-natural paint to touch-up scratches on wooden furniture (Do not use
this formula on a shellac or varnish finish because it might take off the
Miracle Whip. Apply a dab of Miracle Whip to the scratch, let sit for
few minutes, and then buff with a clean, soft cloth.
Cooking Spray. To obscure a fine scratch on wooden furniture, spray a
little Pam Cooking Spray into the scratch and buff with a soft, clean cloth.
Star Olive Oil. To cover up a fine scratch on wooden furniture, rub a
drop of Star Olive Oil into the scratch and buff with a soft, clean cloth.
Wesson Corn Oil. To conceal a fine scratch on wooden furniture, rub a
drop of Wesson Corn Oil into the scratch and wipe clean.