OLD ENGLISH Furniture Scratch Cover For Dark Woods

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OLD ENGLISH Furniture Scratch Cover For Dark Woods

OLD ENGLISH Furniture Scratch Cover, For Dark Woods, 8oz Bottle

8 oz Size - Liquid - Citrus Scent - 1 Each  - View Complete Details

Product Number: RAC75144

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OLD ENGLISH Furniture Scratch Cover For Dark Woods - Hides unsightly nicks and scratches - restoring the look of your wood furniture and bringing out wood's natural beauty.

  • Restores the look for your wood furniture.
  • Masks unsightly nicks and scratches.
  • Use dark woods scratch cover for dark woods like mahogany and cherry and light woods scratch cover for lighter woods like oak and maple.
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  • Q:

    is this the same product as furniture and scratch cover polish that I found in my grandmothers closet that is very old and works very well on mahogany???
    Asked on 8/27/2015 by Jeanne from manasquan, NJ

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    Is it a permanent solution or does it go away after I wipe it with disinfecting wipes?
    Asked on 4/9/2015 by Devi from Kenmore,wa

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    will this work on a parquet floor?
    Asked on 1/21/2015 by RK

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    I spilled a bit of the product on clothing. Is there a way to remove the stain or pretreat before washing?
    Asked on 4/11/2012 by Anonymous

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