How To Clean Your Cabinets & Fine Wood Furniture
Cleaning your cabinets and wood furniture can be a daunting task if you don’t have the right products. Did you know that some cleaners contain harsh abrasives that can dull fine wood? That is why Quick Shine® is the trusted company for floors and more!
Our Quick Shine® Cabinet & Wood Cleaner + Polish will clean, revitalize, and polish your wood in one easy step-just spray and wipe clean. It removes dirt, grease, and dull waxy buildup, and brings out wood’s natural beauty. It also protects against stains, water spots, fading, and cracking. To remove heavy wax buildups we recommend waiting 5 minutes, then wiping away the excess cleaner.
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Hi there, I purchased 4 bottles of your Lemon Oil furniture polish a little over a year ago and just ran out. Where can I buy more? I’m having so much trouble finding a few bottles! Thanks for your help!
Sincerely, Debby Bauer
We recommend asking your local Walgreens to order you a few bottles for in store pickup or delivery. At this time, we only sell this item online.
I followed the directions on the wood cleaner to clean my wood trim. As it dried it looked yellow and scratched. What do we do? I have a picture to show if you would like.
After using Holloway House Wood Cleaner, we recommend moisturizing your wood trim with Holloway House Lemon Oil. The Wood Cleaner will remove any buildup or discoloration so it may have removed the finish that was on that area. The Lemon Oil will restore and re-nourish that area.
Our cleaning people use your floor finish product on our floors. Great product! However they left the container on multiple surfaces of furniture. Formica. Wooden table. Etc. It left a residue. How to remove? Help! Won’t just wipe off
We recommend spray Windex or Formula 409 on the residue and allowing that to sit 1 minute before wiping away with a damp cloth. This method has worked for other consumers with similar issues.