It’s spring time…let’s talk a little cleaning. I don’t know about you but polishing the furniture has always been one of my least favorite cleaning chores. And since we have moved to Kentucky..let me tell you one thing; THIS STATE IS DUSTY!! I can dust today and tomorrow you can draw pictures in the dust. Hateful, just hateful trying to keep up with the dusting.
I was sent a bottle of Scott’s Liquid Gold Wood Cleaner & Preservative to test and to offer my opinions on in a review. I was a little skeptical. I remember my mother and grandmother using Scott’s. I can remember the smell of the product and it isn’t a good memory. Well, let me tell you a little about my experiences with this new product.
First the smell – it had a citrus smell. Light and pleasant.
Finally, the completed project.
I found the product just a little hard to spray because of the size of the can. However, I do not have strong hands and this could easily be the reason and should not influence you in trying the product.
Several hours later the table still showed the restored, moisturized look. Because it was still so shiny, I wondered if it was greasy and grabbed a paper towel to rub the surface of the table. Nothing came off on the paper towel. Not only was the surface clean, it looked like it was several years younger. We are hard on furniture. All my table tops and end tables are scuffed from toys, children and just life in a large family.
I have been going around treating my furniture with this product and will soon be shopping for more. I would recommend this product to those that have older wood furniture that could use a pick me up as well as those with new furniture trying to keep it looking that way.
You can purchase Scott’s Liquid Gold in most local stores. To learn more about this company and their other products, visit them online. You can also connect with them for the latest news and specials on Facebook and Twitter.
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