Murphy Oil Soap Spray Formula

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Murphy Oil Soap Spray Formula

32 oz Size - Liquid Spray - Pleasant Scent - 1 Each  - View Complete Details

Product Number: CPC01185

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Murphy Oil Soap Spray Formula - Murphy Oil Soap Spray Formula features a convenient, ready-to-use, all-purpose formula with special cleaning agents to remove finger marks, crayon and grease. Pure vegetable oil soap. Cleans finished wood and hard surfaces. Uses traditional Murphy scent.

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  • Q:

    Hello I used Murphy oil soap to clean an antique wood cabinet and now it has white all over it. How can I fix this as I used it on waxed furniture. Thanks for your help
    Asked on 1/1/2014 by Marina from St petersburg, FL

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    • A:

      You must remove the coating of wax from the furniture because you have pitted the wax with the soap.
      1)Mix a solution of equal parts white vinegar and water. Dampen a soft cotton, lint-free cloth with the solution and use it to wipe the surface of the table to break down and remove the wax buildup. Follow the grain of the wood with each stroke. Replace the cloth with a new one as the wax buildup transfers to the cloth's surface, to prevent it from being redeposited onto the table.Dry the wood with a clean, dry lint-free cloth after wiping it, to prevent moisture from damaging and staining the wood.2)Remove stubborn or thick wax buildup with a solution of 1 cup of white vinegar mixed with 1 tablespoon of cream of tartar to make a more abrasive, natural cleaner. Dampen a soft cotton cloth with the solution and gently wipe the wax off in the direction of the wood grain. 3)dampen a cloth in plain water and wiping the surface of the wood. Dry it with a wipe with a dry cloth.

      Answered on 1/2/2015 by JenL126 from Norwich CT
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