So we were sent a can of Scott's Liquid Gold for free in order to facilitate our review and I have to say it's quite versatile. When I first agreed to do the review I didn't actually think about what I would try it out on, thinking well we have some wood items in the house. Well, after it arrived I realized despite having items that look like wood most of the furniture and cabinets in our house are actually particle board with a wood veneer. This really isn't one of the recommended products for this product as it is an organic oil with organic solvents in it so, it could in fact damage them. Despite this warning, or rather before, I had a chance to warn him my husband used it on our cabinets. I have to say we were extremely fortunate, and had zero damage as a result, the only "issue" was a slightly greasy feeling and a shine. After an additional wipe down a bit later, I noticed that it did remove the greasy feeling, as well any of the grease built up from cooking. The shine we loved, the greasy we didn't but after reading further about the product I completely understand why, the Scott's liquid Gold is meant to penetrate the wood providing a barrier against the environment within a home.
After our intial test, I decided to do some additional research about the product and found out it has other uses, that we could try out in our world of cheap furniture. Scott's Liquid Gold can be used to clean stainless steel, silver, copper, chrome, wrought iron, and brass items. Also, it can be used for Golf Irons and gun stocks. I having recently hit a few balls at my work golf tournament figured I'd give it a try on one of the clubs. I have to say it really did clean it up well, will that improve my golf game who knows, but hey at least my clubs will be clean and shiny.
If you have some quality wood furniture that you are looking keep clean and well maintained Scott's Liquid Gold seems like it would be a good option, it definitely gives a shine. It also is a great cleaner for golf clubs if your looking for an alternative option. Check them out on Facebook or Follow them on Twitter.
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