Old English Furniture Polish Review - The Lemon Oil Is Great For My Antique Furniture
Old English Lemon Oil
Misty has shared her Old English furniture polish review, discussing the lemon oil for cleaning and polishing wood furniture.
Old English is, by far, my favorite furniture polish.
I have a lot of antique furniture, and each piece requires a great deal of care – some more than others, due to age. I use it on my antique chairs, tables, boxes, dressers, and trunks.
This product never fails to restore luster without leaving behind streaks or making my floors dangerously slippery.
And the mellow lemon scent is an added bonus! Before Old English, I was using another well-known furniture oil, after a family friend raved about it. Not only did this particular brand not work nearly as well as Old English, but I was less than satisfied with its price and chemical smell.
I don't have to worry about any of those things with this furniture oil. I am able to give my antique furniture a good going over on Saturdays and the sheen and pleasant scent are still present days later. Results like that speak volumes about a product and its value.
I have tried other furniture polish over the years, but all pale in comparison to Old English, in my opinion.
Thank you Misty for your Old English furniture polish review.
I am curious, do you use the oil in the bottle, as shown above, or the oil in the spray trigger bottle? I guess I like easy application, so I think I would prefer the spray, but perhaps there is a reason for using the other. I would love to hear your thoughts (or any other readers' thoughts) on this.
I understand you want to choose the best products to take care of your wood furniture, especially if it is an antique. Therefore, I would love to hear from even more people sharing their opinion of this product, any others from Old English, or another favorite furniture polish that you use.
I hope you enjoy this gift, and stop by again soon!
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