Tuesday, 30 June 2009

How do I look after my leather furniture in hot weather?

With the present spell of hot weather, now is the ideal time to look after your leather furniture and car seats, so, my tip for this week is to apply Heritage Leathercare to them both.
If you haven't used it before see the blog "How do I look after my leather furniture" dated 12/06/09 for instructions but it is important to remember that leather is a skin and you do need to look after it otherwise it will dry out and crack. The instructions also apply to leather car seats.
Heritage Leathercare can be obtained online from www.heritagepolish.com/leather.html

Monday, 29 June 2009

, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire

Did you know that you can get all Heritage Polish and Green Angel Skincare products by post? All you need do Is send an order plus payment (cheque,postal order,cash) to :-
DCK Services,
WREN House,
Stoneleigh Park,
Warwickshire,
CV8 2RR,
England

As from August 1st, I will be changing my address to :-
The Technocentre
Puma Way
Coventry
CV1 2TT
All mail should be sent to this address w.e.f. August 1st Nothing else has changed and the same high standards of service will continue.

Orders from outside the UK cost extra to post and, reluctantly, this extra has to be passed on.
If you need help on how to use any of our products or whether our products are the right ones for you please do not hesitate to contact me either by email (jim@heritagepolish.com), by post (Jim Reah at above address) or by phone (0044 (o)7967 139636)

Friday, 26 June 2009

What helps me relax in the bath? What do Green Angel bath soaks do?

Good Morning! I would like to say that it is a good morning but it is overcast and damp - we have just had a light shower.

I am going to to talk about our Green Angel Dead Sea Salt Essential Oil Bath Soaks with Irish Seaweed Extract today. (Yes, I know, it is a mouthful)
The Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, is rich in an extraordinary blend of mineral salts.It is a legendary place that attracts millions world wide, seeking both physical and mental relaxation.

Green Angel has created a unique range of bath soaks that combine Dead Sea Salts, Essential Oils and Irish Seaweed Extracts They have come up with their own blend of essential oils which they have added to the salts to give each Bath Soak its' own identity and benefit.
They come in eight co-ordinated blends :-

Rest & Calm A blend of lavender,chamomile and orange oils
Joint Reviver A blend of marjoram,rosemary and lemon oils
Muscular Releiver A blend of black pepper,eucalyptus and rosemary oils
Spring Clean A blend of eucalyptus, tea tree and juniper oils
Relax A blend of lavender and orange oils
Wakey Wakey A blend of grapefruit,tangerine and neroli oils
Down to Earth A blend of lavender patchouli and cedar wood oils
Seaweed and Rosemary Rosemary oil and seaweed powder.

Give them a try!They do what they say on the tin.

All Green Angel products can be obtained from www.heritagepolish.com/skin.html

Friday, 19 June 2009

How do I use Green Angel Wild Irish Seaweed Powder?

Today I am going to tell you how to use Green Angel Wild Irish Seaweed Powder.

1) Bath Tonic Run your bath on hot water only. Put two tablespoons of powder into the bath whilst the water is running. leave the bath for 15minutes to allow the powder to infuse . On your return, put in sufficient cold water to make the bath comfortable and then rest and relax in the bath for at least 20minutes. Pat yourself dry
The bath will help ease away the tensions of the day, relieve muscles and relax the body and mind.

2)Face tonic Mix two teaspoons of the powder with hot water to a loose cream. Leave to cool. Apply to the face, leaving on for 5 minutes. Wash off with water.
The tonic will unclog pores as it deep cleanses, stimulating the circulation.

3)Foot tonic Soak your feet, either in a foot spa or bowl of warm water infused with two teaspoons of Seaweed Powder for at least 10 minutes
The tonic will soothe hot,swollen, tired and aching feet - being therapeutic and stimulating the circulation.

4)Cellulite wrap and health spa treatment. Mix with boiling water to make a paste. Cool and apply to the desired area. Cover with cling film and then wth a warm towel. Leave for a maximum of 20minutes. Shower with warm waterand then with cool water. Drink plenty of cold water, up to 8 glasses daily. Use twice a week for a month.

Green Angel Wild Irish Seaweed Powder can be bought online from www.heritagepolish.com/skin.html

Thursday, 18 June 2009

how can I look after my skin? what benefit is seaweed?

Today I thought I would take a look at the Green Angel Skincare range.
Seaweed is an important ingredient in most of the Green Angel Skincare products. Seaweeds, sometimes known as sea plants or sea vegetables, have long been known to be benificial either as a food or as an ingredient in skincare or haircare products, containing, as they do, many of the vitamins, minerals and trace elements essential to good health. For more information, see my blog dated 21st February 2009

Green Angel Wild Irish Seaweed Powder is one of the many products under the Green Angel banner. It is 100% pure seaweed, so pure that it can be safely eaten but this is not recommended It can be used for 4 different applications :-
1) As a bath tonic - it helps soothe and gently ease away the tensions of the day, relieving muscles and relaxing the body and the mind.
2) As a facial tonic - Green Angel Seaweed Powder is not just a topical application but also a real treatment which works on a deep level, unclogging pores as it deep-cleanses and stimulates circulation, leaving a healthy, glowing skin.
3) As a foot tonic. For relief from hot,swollen feet.
4) As a cellulite wrap and health spa treatment. For help and relief from this common problem.

Tomorrow I will tell you how to use Green Angel Wild Irish Seaweed Powder.

Green Angel Seaweed Powder can be bought online from www.heritagepolish.com/skin.html

Tuesday, 16 June 2009

How do I look after my caravan / motorhome?

I have been to a workshop on Trading Online this am. It was put on by Business Link WM and was held at The Windmill Village Hotel on the A45 - a very impressive venue.
The session reinforced much of what I knew but gave a different slant and was worth attending.

My weekly tip - did you know that Heritage Woodcare is ideal for use with your caravan and motorhome. It is very effective on all interior and exterior vinyl, seats,facia,door trims,dashboard,etc. Also ideal for hard plastics such as Formica, Melamine and Contiboard, It is also ideal for polishing the bodywork.
Heritage Woodcare is not abrasive and it is recommended that you wash off dirt and grit before using.

Heritage Woodcare can be obtained online from www.heritagepolish.com/wood.html

Monday, 15 June 2009

Charity show

I went to a show at Burgh-Le-Marsh just outside Skegness last Saturday,
My cousin, who lives there let her garden be used for a strawberry tea. The event was organised by the local Diabetic group. There were several stalls for other charitable causes and I had my stand - I left a donation with my cousin to go to the local Age Concern group. The whole idea was to raise funds for varios charities. We were very lucky with the weather , the whole day remaining dry and mostly sunny.Although the attendance could have been better, those who did attend spent quite well and the organisers were pleased with the amount they raised. I, too, was pleased, with my three main lines - Heritage Woodcare,Heritage Leathercare,Green Angel Skincare - all contributing.
Details of all products can be found at http://www.heritagepolish.com/

Friday, 12 June 2009

How do I restore the colour of my cream leather suite.

How do I restore the colour of my cream leather suite?

In order to restore the colour, your furniture has to be clean. Now, you can buy propriatory cleaners, but I find that washing with PURE soap (Simple soap, baby soap, soap flakes, Dreft, etc.) can do the job just as well. Do NOT use washing up liquid or detergents - they can dry leather out and may damage the colour. You then need to make sure that your leather is absolutely,totally dry.
So, having made sure your leather is clean and dry, take a pot of Colour Restorer and apply in circular motions, starting with the area where you have the problem and then going on to do the whole piece of furniture so that you keep the colour even.
The last job is to THOROUGHLY buff up, and I mean thoroughly - otherwise it will come off on your clothing.

Colour Restorer is not yet available online but will be shortly. It comes in a range of 23 colours. Until it is available online, contact me on 07967 139636 to discuss your requirements.

All other HERITAGE POLISH and GREEN ANGEL SKINCARE products are available online at http://www.heritagepolish.com/

Wednesday, 10 June 2009

How do I look after my leather furniture?

I have just got a leather suite, how do I look after it?

The first thing to think about is whether it is"brand new" If it is, then follow the manufacturer's instructioms. If you use anything not recommended by the manufacturer, you risk invalidating the guarantee.

The next thing to think about is the condition. I am assuming that structurally it is sound and the upholstery is in good condition, no tears, etc. For problems in these areas, you may need to speak to a local upholsterer.

So, it is not knew and is sound. If it is dirty, you may need to clean it. The easiest way to clean your furniture is to wash it with PURE soap - Simple soap,baby soap, soap flakes, Dreft, etc.Do NOT use washing up liquid or detergents. After washing make sure it is totally dry.

Right, it is not new, is in good condition and is clean.To look after your furniture, all you need to do now is to use HERITAGE LEATHERCARE. Take either a sponge or a soft cloth, dip it in your container and wipe the excess off on the side of the container, then wipe, making sure that you treat the whole surface. As HERITAGE LEATHERCARE is colourless, you can use it on any colour. As long as the surface is not left greasy, there is no need to buff up and you can sit on it straight away. If it is greasy. you have put too much on and will need to buff it up before sitting on it.

Use HERITAGE LEATHERCARE at least 3 or 4 times per year and it will look after your furniture. However, if it is in direct sunlight (especially if it is in a conservatory), or is backing on to a radiator or close to a heater, you will need to use your HERITAGE LEATHERCARE more frequently.

HERITAGE LEATHERCARE can be bought online from www.heritagepolish.com/leather.html For all otherHERITAGE POLISH and GREEN ANGEL SKINCARE products, visit www.heritagepolish.com

Monday, 8 June 2009

How do I keep my seat warm at the TAKE THAT concert?

Today I am attanding a workshop on using social media - facebook,linkedin, etc Being an old f0gie these are all like learning a foreign language. I am really looking forward to this and hope to learn a lot. It is being run by b2b and is being held at Warwick Uni.

Did you go to the Take That concert at Ricoh Arena last night? This has set me thinking. The seats must be quite cold.Did you know that our Self Heating Cushions will be warm and comfortable to sit on? This is my second weekly tip. You can get the cushions by sending an order and cheque to DCK SERVICES, WREN House, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, CV8 2RR

For all other HERITAGE POLISH and GREEN ANGEL SKINCARE products visit www.heritagepolish.com

Sunday, 7 June 2009

What can I use Heritage Woodcare on?

To complete my series about Heritage Woodcare, I am going to tell you some of the areas where you can use it.

Kitchens Removes grease and grime.Feeds and revitalises.

White heat marks,etc. These can easily be removed with Heritage Woodcare. Having prepares your cloth (see my blog of 6th June) wipe over the whole surface of the furniture 2 or 3 times per week for 2 or 3 weeks and you should see some movement in those marks.

Scratches and cuts Heritage Woodcare will clean out minor scratches making them less noticeable.However it will not work on deeper cuts.

Vinyl Heritage Woodcare is excellent at cleaning vinyl.

Furniture Highly recommended for all wood furniture that has been sealed, varnished or lacquered. However it is not recommended for use on untreated wood furniture.

Wood Floors/Pannelling Highly recommended

Teak/Oak and all hardwoods Heritage Woodcare is recommended for use on any type of wood as long as the surface has been treated. Will clean, polish and feed the wood.



Heritage Woodcare can be obtained online from http://www.heritagepolish.com/ or send order and cheque to DCK Services, WREN House, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, CV8 2RR

Saturday, 6 June 2009

How do you use Heritage Woodcare?

To continue my series about Heritage Woodcare I am going to tell you how to use it.

1. Shake the bottle well just before use.
2. Pour some into a container.
3. Take any SOFT CLEAN cloth (dusters,sheeting etc) and soak it in the polish.
4. Squeeze the cloth out, wring it out - get the cloth as dry as possible.
5. Pour the remaining polish back into the bottle.
6. Wipe - no need to buff up!
7. No need to wax any more - use Heritage Woodcare regularly.

N.B. If the duster is not wrung out enough and leaves the furniture wet it may be necessary to buff up with a soft,dry cloth
On furniture that is clogged with waxand silicone it may go streaky - this is just the polish doing it's job and cleaning. In this situation, more than one application will be necessary.

Heritage Woodcare can be bought online from www.heritagepolish.com/wood.html or send order and cheque to the WREN House address

Thursday, 4 June 2009

What is Heritage Woodcare

I have talked a great deal recently about Heritage Woodcare. Today I thought it would be useful to say something about what it is..
Heritage Woodcare is a twentyfirst superior product based on a nineteenth century secret formula known only to the grandmasters of the furniture crafts.The keen rivalry between these skilled craftsman brought about a constant searching for absolute perfection in the preservation, cleaning, and polishing of wooden furniture and many a priceless antique piece to be seen today gives testimony to the success of their skills. In order to get the desired result, these craftsmen would spend hours, and sometimes days, working on a single article.
Few people, if any, in this busy modern world, have the time, to say nothing of the patience, of the old masters so after many months of comprehensive research, helped by enlightened technology, the age old formula has been updated, and will now give the same outstanding results in a fraction of the time.
Heritage Woodcare can be bought online from www.heritagepolish.com/wood.html

Wednesday, 3 June 2009

How do I look after my wood, cane conservatory furniture?

Well, hasn't it been absolutely glorious over the last few days. Listening to the radio this morning they were saying that wine production in the UK is going to increase in the future as global warming takes effect replacing some of the wine grown in the Mediterranean areas as those areas become too hot for the vines.
This set me thinking.A great many people (me included) have cane furniture in our conservatories.The costant high temperatures dry out the wood making it brittle and the sun bleaches it.
This can all be avoided. Regular use of Heritage Woodcare will not only clean and stop the bleaching effect but will also feed the wood (canework) thus prevent it drying out.
It is very easy to use.Soak a soft cloth in the polish, squeeze and wring the cloth out. Return any unused polish to the bottle. Then wipe' making sure you go all round the wood and canework.
Do this regularly (monthly) and your furniture should remain in good condition.
You can buy Heritage Woodcare online from www.heritagepolish.co/wood.html

Monday, 1 June 2009

how do I remove bitumen from my wood floor and leather car seats?

I came back from the Milton Keynes Garden Show feeling really dejected.I would not have believed it would have been possible to take so little money and indeed to make a loss in such a large shopping centre. Indeed it is making me question the wisdom of continuing doing shows at the present time. What do you think? I will appreciate some feedback.

Continuing my theme of Heritage Woodcare - did you know that it is great at removing bitumen. I have used it myself to take off the bitumen from my wood floor where it has been used to stick down the parquee tiles and has squeezed up between them. I also had a customer who told me he had used it to take bitumen off his leather car seats.(the road had been resurfaced and somehow he had managed to get it on his trousers and then transferred it to his beige leather car seats!)
Heritage Woodcare can be bought online from www.heritagepolish.com/wood.html
This is the first of my weekly tips.

Update: You can now buy Heritage Woodcare from our website - www.heritagewoodcare.co.uk.