Liquid Gold is a cleaning and protecting product that you can use on your wood. As opposed to other products, it fills in nicks and cracks. It doesn't just make your furniture dust-free, but the oils also sink into the wood, helping it to be 'healthier'.
I started with using this on my old buffet china cabinet. You can see by the picture the amazing difference. The 'before' side was previously dusted. Not only that, but it's been two weeks since I dusted the buffet and it still has the same clean shine to it. I took an old useful piece and turned it into an object of beauty with a little Liquid Gold and a cleaning rag. Also, considering the fact that I do dust it weekly, I couldn't believe the amount of ground-in dirt and grime that came off on my cloth.
I was so impressed by the change in my buffet, that I grabbed my can and a few clean cleaning cloths and went in search of more items in my house to clean. I started with obvious items, like the dresser. Then I went on to the not-so-obvious. It added a new depth and shine to my counter tops. It made my 70's chandelier look like brand new. It removed all of the dirt and added a new look to my hinges and drawer pulls. Then I turned it to my window sills and that metal part surrounding the window glass. Again, I was rewarded with a deep clean and shiny look.
Before trying out Liquid Gold, I'd obviously heard of it, but it was something that people used who had expensive and fancy wood to protect. I'm a normal girl with hand-me-downs and child-safe furniture. I whole-heartedly admit that I was wrong. I'm now a Liquid Gold addict. From large pieces of furniture to candle-holders to exercise equipment, this stuff cleans and shines everything. It does get smeary on glass, so be sure to have some glass cleaner nearby just in case you overspray. It's quick. It's easy. It restores and protects without stripping and staining. It has a light almond scent that makes it pleasant to use. Also, it's made from natural and organic oils, contains no CFC's, and is made right here in America.
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