Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Scott's Liquid Gold Review & Flash Giveaway! Ends 4/17/14

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

I was recently given the wonderful opportunity to try Scott's Liquid Gold on my furniture. Now, this is a product with which I am very familiar. It has been a staple in my home for as long as I can remember -- my Nan used it often on her most prized pieces of antique wooden furniture and frames.

I use it, too.  From Mike's childhood rocker to the antique frame holding a portrait of my great-grandmother to a new desk chair, Scott's Liquid Gold keeps my treasures clean, supple, and looking beautiful.

Scott’s Liquid Gold Wood Cleaner and Preservative was founded in 1951 in a garage in Denver, Colorado.  Made with natural organic oils, it rejuvenates and restores all types of natural wood. Scott's Liquid Gold has been a trusted name in household care for generations. We bet your mom or grandmother had a can of Liquid Gold under the kitchen sink!. Scott's Liquid Gold makes high quality household products that are sold in stores across the US. Scott’s Liquid Gold  has been in the same location since 1970 and is proud to be an American manufacturer. 

Scott's Liquid Gold Wood Cleaner & Preservative Aerosol:

Directions: For light cleaning and dusting, spray sparingly on soft, clean, lint-free cloth and wipe over surface. For deep wood cleaning and preservation, spray liberally on cloth and spread evenly over surface.  Buff dry with a clean cloth.  
Cleans, protects, restores, preserves and beautifies furniture, cabinets, doors, paneling & woodwork.  Use on finished or unfinished wood.  Restores wood's natural color, grain & luster.  Contains no wax, wood polish or silicone.  Replenishes natural moisture.  Protects against cracking, warping & fading.  Lessens the appearance of nicks & scratches.  Also cleans and shine stainless steel, chrome and brass better than any product on the market. 

***NOTE: Not for use on bleached wood, veneers, simulated wood or painted, waxed, synthetic (polyurethane), laminated or deteriorated finishes (including many surfaces in marine environments). To avoid uneven penetration on large surfaces, don't spray Scott's Liquid Gold directly on wood. Either spray on cloth as directed or use Scott's Liquid Gold pourable.*** 

You may connect with Scott's Liquid Gold on their Social Media pages:
FacebookPinterest, and @scottliquidgold on Twitter.

Would you like to try Scott's Liquid Gold on your fine furniture? You can! They have generously offered one of my readers the chance to win a can of their own!

Just follow the entry instructions below for your chance to enter to win!

***Follow all instructions carefully. Open to USA only (Excluding Alaska and Hawaii), 18+.  No PO Boxes, please. All entries are verified.  HURRY! Giveaway Ends on April 17, 2014.***

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


Lauren H said...

Dust n go

Unknown said...

I would love to try the Dust 'n Go.

Unknown said...

I would like to try the Pourable Wood Cleaner & Preservative
Original Almond Fragrance

LesleyfromWI said...

I would try the Touch of Scent

Kayla said...

I'd love to try Dust N Go

Jasmine P said...

I would love to try the Touch of Scent!

Darby Elizabeth said...

Scott's Liquid Gold Wood Wash - Ready-to-Use