Sunday, May 29, 2011

Scott’s Liquid Gold – It’s Good for Your Wood!

Scott's Liquid Gold
The Scott’s Liquid Gold Company had a very humble beginning in 1951.  After purchasing the formula for $350, Ida Goldstein and her sons mixed batches of  the product in their garage and then sold it door to door.  Over the years, the company has grown tremendously.  The product line has expanded, but Scott's items are all still made and distributed in the United States of America.  The company is dedicated to both high quality and reasonable prices.

This year Scott’s brand celebrates it’s 60th year as a household favorite!

One of the few chores I actually enjoyed doing as a child was polishing the wood furniture.  Maybe I was inspired by this ad!

Scott's Liquid Gold
When I had the chance to do a review of Scott’s Liquid Gold products, it was a very glad reunion.  It’s always good to see an old friend, isn't it?

I thought I would start with my boys’ bedroom furniture .   Their set is a very sturdy wooden one, perfect for boys.  Even so, it gets well worn from their boyish behavior.

I began with their desk.  This is what it looked like before I began.

Scott's Liquid Gold
Notice the nicks, scratches, pen marks, and overall ickiness!!
I got out the aerosol wood cleaner and preservative, sprayed some on a soft cloth and got to work.

The wood cleaner is available in lemon or almond scent.  I had a can of almond, and the scent is very appealing.  It got the boys’ attention immediately and they came to see what it was that smelled so nice!

Scott's Liquid Gold

Here is what the same desk looked like after only one application of Scott’s!

Scott's Liquid Gold
It did a very nice job on the bunk beds, dressers, and chairs, too!

I was also able to try some Scott’s Liquid Gold Wood Wash on our floors.  This comes in both a concentrated and s a ready to use formula.  I had the concentrate.

It is a wonderful product for wood floors, but what I didn't know is that, according to the package, it can also be used on simulated wood, linoleum, painted surfaces, porcelain, vinyl, chrome, brass and fiberglass, too.  It can be used not only on floors, but on moldings, paneling, cabinets, and any other woodwork in the house.

Scott's Liquid Gold

This cleanser is not oily or soapy and it leaves a nice fresh scent behind, with no build up, streaking or residue.  It is very light and clean formula.

Scott's Liquid Gold
Scott’s Liquid Gold Products can be purchased online or at many fine retail locations.  You will find these, and many others, at

The aerosol wood cleaner and preservative is $4.99 for a single can or $57.99 for a case of 12.  The wood wash concentrate is $6.25 for a 25 fl ounce bottle, or $35.99 for a case of 6 bottles.

Celebrate 60 years of beautiful wood with Scott’s brand.  You can follow them on Facebook or Twitter to keep up with news and giveaways.  For example, for every hundredth Facebook friend, a random person wins a basket of Scott’s products!  There is also a place to sign up for email newsletters, which include coupons and special offers, if you don't care for social networking.

Scott's Liquid Gold

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