I stopped buying furniture polish YEARS ago.
It was one of those minutes when you have a finite amount of money in your wallet and an infinite amount of items on your list, and you have to choose between another meal for your kid and another cleaner. I googled, found out I could clean with a damp microfiber, and never looked back.
So, when I saw Scott's Liquid Gold was looking for reviewers, I hesitated before I clicked "apply". It's not a product I use every day, but I have ridiculously fond memories of my grandma scrubbing her fiberboard furniture with it, and the way the house would smell after. Like almonds. She was a good lady.
And so, I clicked the little button, and Scott's Liquid Gold sent me two products to try. The aerosol furniture polish, and the concentrated wood wash.
It smells as good as I remembered.
The thing that is really different about cleaning with Scott's is my furniture was really shiny after. The microfiber lifts dirt, but it doesn't do anything to protect the wood, or leave that nice almond smell. Sold.
EXCEPT for the aerosol. You know I don't love that. Scott's offers plenty of wood care products that aren't aerosol, though, and they make them right here in the good old US of A. Right in Denver, CO. That's right, American jobs.
Thanks for the sample, Scott's. You've got a customer for life.
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