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Old English Lemon Oil conditions and nourishes wood, bringing out its natural beauty. The oil contains a light mineral oil that goes beyond cleaning to revitalize your wood. Old English Oil also helps protect against water spills and gives your wood furniture, doors, baseboards, and other surfaces a rich, natural glow. This oil is specially formulated for all light and dark wood surfaces throughout your home, including kitchen cabinets, wood furniture, and wood paneling.
- Helps protect wood from stains
- Brings out wood's natural beauty
- For use with any wood
- Trusted for more than a century
Protect the Wood in Your Home
All wood is susceptible to damage from our home environments. Even during normal use, there's danger of stains. Often, when furniture is neglected over a period of time, only costly refinishing can restore it. Old English Lemon Oil helps protect your furniture from many of these daily affronts by polishing and reinforcing the finish that covers your wood.
Bring Out Your Wood's Natural Beauty
In addition to protecting against spills, Old English Lemon Oil brings out your furniture's rich, natural glow. Old English Lemon Oil can bring a new shine to antique furniture or to modern cabinets. Simply apply the oil to your furniture and buff with a soft cloth until the surface is dry and shiny.
Use on All Natural Woods in Your Home
This Old English Lemon Oil has been specially formulated to work on oak, teak, walnut, and any other natural wood. The oil works on any color of wood, from light to dark. Furniture, baseboards, cabinets, doorframes, and other wood surfaces can take on a new sheen with this revitalizing oil.
Trusted Wood Care for Over 100 Years
For more than a century, Old English has been a trusted expert in caring for wood furniture and decor. Go beyond cleaning to nourish and help protect your furniture from everyday wear and tear with products that bring out the beauty of your wood.
Pour oil on a clean, soft, dry cloth. Apply to surface, rubbing along grain of wood. Use more as needed for cleaning and stain removal. Rub out thoroughly, polishing to a rich luster with another cloth. To remove any wax build-up present from other products, allow oil to stand 20 minutes before wiping dry. Repeat if necessary. Avoid contact with carpeting, upholstery, curtains and other fabrics.
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