Q: Is there a difference between OLD ENGLISH Lemon Oil Trigger and Bottle?
A: All Old English furniture polish solutions contain formulas designed to suit the needs of your wood: certain formulas clean, polish and protect, while others repair.
Old English Lemon Oil is an ideal choice for wood that needs to be restored to its natural beauty. Choose the spray to clean and shine large areas, such as tables, paneling and desks. Choose the oil in a bottle when you want to spot treat small surfaces and antique furniture.
Q: Does Old English Lemon Oil protect wood or just polish it?
A: Yes, the Lemon Oil solution provides adequate protection from watermarks, fingerprints, food drips, candle wax and other everyday stains. Choose Old English to clean, shine, nourish AND protect your wooden cabinets, furniture and paneling.
Q: How often should I use Old English Lemon Oil furniture polish?
A: For best results, use as needed to remove dust and clean stains on wood furniture. To nourish and protect light or dark woods, you can apply Old English as often as you like. When your wood starts to look dull or dry, it’s not too soon to polish.
Q: Can Old English Lemon Oil help me remove waxy buildup on wood?
A: Yes. For everyday cleaning, apply a small amount of oil to wood surfaces and wait 30 seconds before wiping excess dirt and moisture away. When you need to cut through waxy buildup to nourish and restore wood, leave Old English Lemon Oil on surfaces for 20 minutes before wiping. Repeat as necessary.
Q: Can Old English Lemon Oil be used to clean upholstery?
A: Old English wood polish and restorer products have been designed for use on wood surfaces, exclusively. Do not use on upholstery, carpet, curtains or other fabrics.
Q: Will Old English Lemon Oil fix scratches in wood?
A: No. Old English Lemon Oil has been formulated to clean, polish and shine light and dark wood furniture. While it can improve the appearance of dry, cracked and scratched wood through repeated and consistent use, it is not meant to repair damaged wood surfaces. To fill surface scratches, choose Old English Scratch Cover.
Q: Can I use Old English Lemon Oil to clean and polish my hardwood floors?
A: Old English will condition and shine your wood floors like other wood surfaces, but it can leave floors slippery. If you choose Old English furniture polish to buff up your floors, make sure to wipe up all excess oil before walking on treated surfaces.