Can I use the mix to polish my wooden window frames?

I doesn’t work well with highly laquered or polished wood. I would buff it off with a dry cloth.

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  • 1. Test. When adding polish to wood furniture, the first step is to remove any excess wax buildup from the last time it was treated. Before you begin, it is a good idea to test the remover first. After wiping the surface down with a dry cloth, dampen a rag with wax remover and test a small area of the wood you will be treating. Let the test spot fully dry to make sure there are no adverse affects to the furniture's surface before continuing.

    Even your oldest piece of wood furniture can look like new if you take the time to read these cleaning tips on how to properly polish your wooden furniture.

  • Maintaining the natural texture and shine of wooden surfaces is not as easy as you think it is. Wood sealants and polishes protect wood from moisture, direct sunlight, heat, dry air and burrowing insects. Commercially available wood sealants and polishes contain toxic chemicals that can cause allergies. Besides, you may have to buy them in bulk even if you need very less quantity to cover a small surface area.

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    Can I use OLD ENGLISH® Aerosol to polish my hardwood floors?
    No. This product cannot be used to polish hardwood floors because it will make the surface extremely slippery. For hardwood floors we recommend MOP & GLO® Multi-Surface Floor Cleaner.

    How can I remove OLD ENGLISH® Aerosol that has been sprayed on an unsealed, unfinished, bare wood surface?
    If the wood is unprotected or unfinished (such as raw pine) and the area sprayed is relatively small, then apply odorless mineral spirits & pressure blot with a clean cloth to draw out the OLD ENGLISH® from the wood.

    What is the difference between the OLD ENGLISH® Aerosols and OLD ENGLISH® Oils?

    With Aerosols and Oils, OLD ENGLISH® gives you flexibility to choose the product that best suits your needs. Aerosols help to provide a high gloss shine on wood surfaces. They contain cleaning agents which aid in the removal of different types of soils and prevent wax build-up. Aerosols also provide protection to the furniture surface and are easier to use. OLD ENGLISH® Oils helps protect against water spills and conditions your wood furniture during regular cleaning and dusting. It brings out the natural luster of your wood furniture.

    Where can I buy OLD ENGLISH® Aerosol?
    All OLD ENGLISH® products can be found throughout the U.S. in grocery stores, drug stores, and discount stores.

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    Into every life, a little nail polish must fall. But just because you accidentally lacquered your skirt, desk, or couch, that doesn't mean the stuff has to stay there. The faster you act, the better off you'll be, and most materials respond well to solvents you already have lying around the house. See our easy polish stain fixes now.

    Removing Polish From Wood First rule: don't use nail polish remover on wood. It actually ruins finishes and leaves new, maybe even worse looking, stains. Don't panic, though, because there's actually a really easy way to fix the polish-on-wood problem. Just spritz your polish puddle down with plenty of hairspray, let it sit for about 20 seconds, and then wipe it off. You might need to repeat the process a few times, but it's far, far preferable to having splotchy furniture.

    Removing Polish From Cloth Probably one of the most common polish problems, this is also a tricky one. Nail polish remover can interact with some dyes and fabrics (it'll actually melt acetate), so perform a spot test before you use it. If you use remover on your fabric, make sure to launder it directly afterward. And if remover isn't an option, you can always try hairspray. Dry cleaning solvent can also usually remove polish, so if you can't get it out at home, don't be afraid to run it down to your drycleaner.

    Removing Polish From Hair If you were in a rush and ended up both ruining your nails and painting up your hair, the fix is pretty simple. If the polish is still wet, just grab some non-acetone polish remover and run it down the polished strands. If it's dry already, work some conditioner or oil gently through your hair until you can slide the polish bits out.

    Removing Polish From Carpet First of all, what colour is your carpet? If it's light or white, using a non-acetone polish remover is probably your best bet. If it's dark and you're not sure about whether the dye might interact with it, try pouring on hairspray or rubbing alcohol and then blotting the polish up with a sponge or paper towels. Don't give up if the polish just seems to keep coming — you want to get every last bit out.

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Great recipe. I’ve just polished a table, and, as you suggested, then felt the need to polish everything wooden in my house. All shiny and gorgeous, thank you. I was hoping to post some photos but that doesn’t seem to work, so you will just have to imagine my glowing timber 🙂