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16 oz. Lemon Oil Furniture Polish

$5.02
  • No buffing required, just use and wipe away
  • Designed for teak, walnut and oak wood
  • Non-toxic lemon oil formula
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Product Details

Bring out the beauty of natural wood with the Old English 16 oz. Lemon Furniture Oil Polish. Use it to also help protect your furniture against water spills. It's easy to use; just wipe and shine. Buffing isn't required.
  • For most natural woods including teak, walnut and oak
  • Conditions and protects
  • Non-toxic liquid formula
  • Leaves a pleasant lemon scent
  • Easy to use
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Q:Can I paint a water base paint over old English polish
by|Dec 19, 2022
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Q:Can this be used on painted wood
by|Feb 23, 2021
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A:  Hi, Shasta~ I suppose you could, but it would be kind of pointless. The purpose of using an oil is that it gets absorbed into wood surfaces, and helps to moisturize the wood. I think using it on a painted surface would just leave a slick coating that wouldn't absorb. Maybe better to just use a surface cleaner like 409.

by|Feb 24, 2021

A:  Hi. Lemon oil is used primarily to clean and nourish natural wood. Painted wood would be better cleaned with microfiber cloth that has been dipped in mixture of dish soap (not dishwasher soap) and warm water, with excess moisture squeezed out and applied gently to wood surfaces followed by damp fresh microfiber cloth to gently remove any soap residue.

by|Feb 24, 2021

A:  It can be used on painted wood...but may not provide the effect you are looking for. The painted surface will be shiny, but oily after application. i use this product on bare wood (cedar) and stained & polyurethaned wood Murphy's Oil Soap is more suitable for painted wood

by|Jun 10, 2021
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Q:Is this product like the old Formsby's lemon oil treatment? Can it be used the same way and get t...
by|Dec 19, 2020
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A:  Old English Lemon Oil goes beyond cleaning and conditioning to help protect wood surfaces. The furniture oil contains a light mineral oil that goes beyond cleaning to revitalize your wood. It also helps protect against everyday stains like fingerprints, mustard, wax crayons, ketchup and candle wax.

by|Dec 20, 2020

A:  I haven’t used Formsby’s but believe it contains tung oil which penetrates the wood. Old English cleans and polishes wood cabinets using a lighter mineral oil.

by|Dec 20, 2020
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    Q:I had a plastic tablecloth on the table and when I picked it up, it was left on the table like gl...
    by|Nov 16, 2020
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    A:  Hi, Maryam ~ It's worth a try, just cleaning the residue with the Old English. If that doesn't work, you may have to try a cleaner like 409, then quickly follow up with the Old English. If it's an unfinished wood picnic table, just sand lightly, then use the Old English. A lot of it depends on what the finish is on the table. If it's a very valuable piece, you may have to get it refinished. Eeks - sorry that happened!

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    Used this product on our stained-wood front door which had weathered due to the sun over the last...
    Used this product on our stained-wood front door which had weathered due to the sun over the last 12-years as exhibited by the dull, white-film forming on it. "Old English" made it shine like new. The Door looks like it has been re-stained and varnished. So easy and GREAT! results. Just can't get over how good it looks! Also used this product on our new cedar mailbox post and it looks like it has been varnished....looks beautiful! A little Old English goes a long way.
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    Best product ever for wooden handles of Work Tools, shovels, hoes, rakes. No, the handles are Not...
    Best product ever for wooden handles of Work Tools, shovels, hoes, rakes. No, the handles are Not Slippery with bare hands or gloved hands. Yes, the handles do last longer, as the wood does not dry out and crack. Yes, the handle look good, as the warm glow of the Oil soaks in, and leaves a warm glow of oiled wood.
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    Excellent product--a little bit goes a long way. Consistently good product for over 50+ years.
    Excellent product--a little bit goes a long way. Consistently good product for over 50+ years.
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    I was very glad to see Home Depot carried this product when my grocery store stopped stocking it....
    I was very glad to see Home Depot carried this product when my grocery store stopped stocking it. Couldn't manage without it. Of course, I use it on all my wood furniture, but also on picture frames, wood cabinets, Japanese kokeshi dolls and lacquerware, even on my outside teak table before company comes. I like to apply it with Viva soft paper towels.
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    This polish is wonderful It makes hardwood cabinets shine! My entire house has oak hardwood and ...
    This polish is wonderful It makes hardwood cabinets shine! My entire house has oak hardwood and I found this product to work exceptionally well as you can see in the photo! I happily recommend it!
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    This product saved me $$$$ - am so happy with the way it worked
    These floors had been cleaned at lease 5 times. What to do with them was the question? They looked so bad, I decided to try Old English on them and all I can say is wow, wow , wow. Take a look at the before and after pictures. Never thought it would work so well.
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      I have been using Old English lemon oil for many years. It works well on woodwork etc.
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