Excellent for those who prefer to oil their furniture rather than wax it. Orange Oil has great cleaning properties and is marvellous for old neglected furniture as it both cleans and restores. It is also a simple way of keeping cane and bamboo furniture in good condition and for feeding unpolished surfaces, such as drawers and undersides of tables. It gives a golden hue to pine. Apply with a soft cloth and then buff. Orange Oil is non toxic, contains no silicon and smells wonderful.
Not all 'Orange Oil' furniture polishes are the same; many are diluted with cheap petro-chemical derived solvents. Gilly Stephenson's Australian Orange Oil Furniture Polish contains the highest percentage of pure orange oil of all of its competitors.
Made in Western Australia.
The Haws Brass Sprayer delivers a fine mist of water to indoor plants and herbs. This really is made from brass, and has a satisfying press plunge action – just like a 1950s oil can! The Haws company has been going since 1886 as the UK's great garden...
This centuries-old solution to drying and airing clothes is as popular today as it ever was. The classic wooden concertina design offers quick and efficient drying and airing whatever the weather and wherever the place. Instantly erect 125cm of hanging space on only a few...
For those who are looking for a good quality copper and brass cleaner, we product stock Howard Products: Cleans and polishes all ornamental copper, brass, bronze and stainless steel. Instant Action!! Amazingly fast and easy to use. Special Pine-Ola retards the tarnish for a long-lasting...
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Both beautiful and practical the cast iron Dachshund Boot Scraper assists in removing dirt from the underside of boots and shoes. : 34 x 14 x 14cm; 5kg