Wednesday, 28 April 2010

Remove nicotine from oak furniture

Another enquiry I had this week was from someone who bought an oak chest of drawers from an antique shop. Apparently it was very cheap, the reason given was that it came in a house clearance from someone who had been a heavy smoker and the drawers were very dirty and covered in nicotine. My correspondent asked me if Heritage Woodcare would remove all this buildup.


Heritage Woodcare takes off all the buildup of silicons, waxes, grease and grime and will also take off most white heat, ring and water marks. It will, therefore, successfully remove all the buildup from the drawers including the nicotine and, in the process, make them smell a little fresher.


It is very easy to use Heritage Woodcare. Give your bottle a good shake, pour some into a container, take any soft and clean cloth, soak it in the polish, squeeze and wring the cloth out till it is damp dry then pour the remaining polish back into your bottle not forgetting to put the top back on tightly. You are now ready!



All you do now is wipe, possibly more than once, following the direction of the grain and then sit back and marvel at the results. As previously stated, Heritage Woodcare removes all the buildup
of silicons, waxes , grease and grime and as the nicotine is in the buildup, that will be removed at the same time. I said you may need to give more than one application, and. should the finish appear streaky, that is the polish working and showing you need further applications,

Heritage Woodcare is available online, visit www.heritagepolish.com/shop/heritage-woodcare/cat_2.html

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