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Product Review – Scott’s Liquid Gold

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

SLG new logoA few weeks ago, I was sent a can of Scott’s Liquid Gold Wood Cleaner & Preservative.  Scott’s has been around since 1951 and has become a household name.  It’s made in America, and is made of an organic oil formula with not silicone or wax.  You can also use is on stainless steel, chrome and brass.

My grandmother use to swear by Scott’s and used it on all her wood furniture.  All of her end tables, coffee table & dining room hutch still look great even after being in storage for many years.  I use them now, and aside from cleaning them up when I first got them, I haven’t ever really used anything on them.

The coffee table gets a lot of use, so I decided to see how much of a difference Scott’s would make.  There are a lot of spots on the back of the dowers due to age and how long the table was in storage.  After wiping it down really good, many of the spots are gone and the ones that are still there are faded.  The wood looks a lot brighter and looks more like it did when I was a kid.  I’m hoping that multiple uses will get rid of the rest of the spots.

Overall, Scott’s Liquid Gold is great.  It cleans your wood without any harsh chemicals and helps rejuvenate it.  It’s available in most stores.  You can find out more information about Scott’s other products at their website.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

EDIT:  Sorry about the confusions with this post.  The Tomoson app forced me to make a giveaway.  When I went to check to make sure the post fully verified, it said that I had one day to pick and enter a winner.  That really isn’t enough time, so there will be no giveaway for this one.

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