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Rejuvenating Units

Post by CC on Wed Jun 01, 2011 5:05 pm

Don't know what everyone else uses to clean / polish their cupboard doors and surrounds? But I saw a tin of this "Wood Silk" in our local supermarket today, think it was less that £1.50 and when I got home a short while ago I gave it a blast all over the doors & surrounds, have to say it bought everything up like new up!

Thought I'd just mention it, just in case it helps anyone as it seems well suited to the job. It instantly put a sheen on and bought the grain out in the wood, also vanished one or two water stains that were visible on the wood prior to application.

Should earn me a few brownie points with MrsCC too! broomstick




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Post by Vardy on Wed Jun 15, 2011 6:03 pm

I use that in the house - it's the bee's whiskers. Will do as you say and try it on the tub.
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Post by Ramblingon on Tue Aug 16, 2011 8:30 pm

Looks like good stuff- however if your van is a little aged (like mine) and you are thinking of touching up the timber trim- sanding down and re varnishing then leave all polish and the like until after the job is done as it's application prevents varnish adhesion. smile!
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