Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 81
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Tangy2 A good satin finish for your wood furniture
The product works good for lightly scratched wood furniture or cabinets. Will not hide scuff marks or deep scratches. Follow the instructions as stated and you will have good results. However, this product is limited in restoring fine wood furniture to pristine condition if the furniture or cabinets has been gently used. Not recommended for faux wood products.
October 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Victor Works great with light color furniture
I tried this product on various cabinets and furniture items at my place. Overall, I found it to work great with the lighter colored cabinets where it provides great shine and hides blemishes (see pictures). However, I did not see the same results with the darker furniture that I tried. The product however is very easy to apply and use with the supplied mitt applicator. Overall would definitely recommend this for lighter colored cabinet and furniture.
November 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Daniel Home furniture restore easy as 123
We restored our family room coffee table using Rejuvenate touch up markers and cabinet & furniture restorer. The table looks great and was easy to apply. Very satisfied with the product and we plan to use it on all our furniture.
October 2, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jeanieb Nothing Special - Just Adequate
There was a cautionary message about testing an area first before using this polish so I tried it on an ancient sewing machine cabinet with a battered top. The polish is a milky cream and I used the included microfiber mitt to spread it. I went over the cabinet a second time after letting it soak in a bit. It did a decent job of polishing but didn't phase the rough spots and water damaged areas. There are probably cheaper polishes on the market that would give the same results.
May 30, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by nanadonna Rejuvenate cabinet and furniture restorer
This product ruined my Ethan Allen dining table! There was a place left by a moist rag being left on the table and a few scratches and I had this product that promised miracles..... My table is now a streaked mess! I used the mitt that came with it...overlapped just exactly like it said.... Very unsightly! Would love to have an idea on how to remove this and get it back like it was!!!! See picture!
March 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dkapp12 Worked Wonders!
One coat is not be enough, but worth the effort! My 25-year-old oak kitchen cabinets have a new lease on life. Even the worst worn parts look much better, not perfect, but better. I plan on hitting those areas a couple more times as they seem to improve with subsequent applications. The rest of the cabinets look better like new. Cannot vouch for durability, but this is day two and I am a happy customer.
June 4, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by trimman wood worker and restorer
I've been doing restoration of antique trim, cabinets and furniture for a while. This is no different than using liquid gold. I tried using the cleaner and then the restorer as recommended. It did not do what it advertises. If your looking for a short cut to restoring wood correctly......this isn't it. It does not hide small scratches or take away water marks. Once it dries, you can't really see any difference in the finish than before you did it. I tried doing multiple coats but it made no change, it just doesn't work like it advertises. It actually reminds me of ArmorAll ?
November 17, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by SavvyCat Not What I Expected it to Be
The first part of the description when I picked up this product called it a cabinet and furniture cleaner and sealed wood restorer. I figured it was something like Old English or Murphy's Oil Soap with a little extra. When I finally settled down to use it and read the bottle, the first instruction was to clean the surfaces you were going to use it on. Eh? Further, it indicated it could take up to four applications for the desired outcome. Do you have any idea how much oak cabinetry I have in my house? Since I promised to review the product, I decided to try it on the cabinetry in the laundry room. They had not been soiled by cooking residue, but only dingy from repeated bouts of humidity.
First of all, the mitt that came with this is completely useless. It's just a plastic lined cover for your hand, where the liner slides around inside the mitt more than the mitt slides on the cabinets. Don't bother with it. Put on a glove and grab a microfiber rag or sponge. I found that if you didn't have enough product on your applicator, it would start to streak. It was almost like trying to varnish, except it wasn't permanent--you could go over the area again. And again.
Everything looked pretty good when I was finished, I'll admit, but I could see where another application would show more improvement. I opted out of it. In the end it's nearly as much work as refinishing the cabinets. I just wanted something easy to clean and shine the woodwork. This isn't it.
October 15, 2015