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(KTVI) - When you run out of cleaning products, do you put those chose off until you go to the store and buy more? Some of the cleaning products you might already have, but they may not be cleaning products at all! 

Rich Goellner from OK Vacuum and Janitor Supply shows us some cool cleaners.

5: Olive Oil
It also makes a great polish for unpainted wood furniture.

4: Shoe Polish
For cleaning wood. First, place the tin of polish in a warm spot in the kitchen or near the furnace to soften it. Next, use a soft cloth to apply the polish and work it into the wood. Finally, use another soft cloth to buff the wood to a shine.

Clear polish-all woods...Lighter browns- walnut and similarly-colored wood...dark polish- darker woods.

3: Mayonnaise

You can remove a ring on a wooden table easily with a little sandwich spread. With a clean, soft cloth, rub mayonnaise into the water mark on the wood. Leave it overnight. The next day, use another clean, soft cloth to wipe away the mayonnaise and, along with it, the water ring.

2: Socks
An old, laundered, cotton sock, slipped over your hand and perhaps treated with a bit of wood-furniture cleaner or polish, allows you to easily clean the crevices in carved-wood table and chair legs, banister supports, chair arms and back-slats, carved-wood accents, beveled edges and more. I

1: Rubber Gloves
Rubber gloves are a "handy" way of removing pet hair from upholstered sofas and chairs, bedspreads, and other soft furnishings.

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