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If you are a proud owner of a few vintage furniture pieces, you will have to spend a little extra money on its restoration and repairs. If you think the cost of repairs is running high then try to find ways to fix your leather furniture at home. Pick up a do-it-yourself kit from a store and repair your furniture. If the leather coat on your furniture is torn, get in touch with a person who'd repair it. However, sewing at home can worsen the problem.
Baking Soda: To brighten dirty leather couches, one should resort to baking soda treatment. Make one cup of salt water, by adding cup sea salt into cup of tap water. To this salt water, add 2 tbsp. baking soda and 1 tsp. of flour. Mix well, and wipe it down the couches using a wet cloth. Then, use a dry cloth to wipe off the mixture. The leather couch will regain its lost shine!
As cuckoo clocks have been around since 1730 and have always been manufactured by gifted artists and skilled craftsmen, many of the older pieces that have been even minimally cared for are still in existence today. A well-preserved cuckoo clock from the 18th or 19th century can bring a king's ransom at any of the prestigious auction houses around the world. Bidding can easily get up into the millions for a certified, pristine Schneider cuckoo clock in perfect working condition. Available in auction houses and high-priced boutiques around the world, antique cuckoo clocks are prized for their hand carved scenes, whimsical displays and attractive facades.
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