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Wood Reviver Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Could it cause any damage to my furniture?
A. No. It does not contain any harmful silicones, abrasives or solvents.

Q. Will it make everything shiny?
A. No. Gloss finishes like varnish and lacquer will shine, but matt finishes will stay matt.

Q. Will it remove heat marks?
A. Only light marks will respond, not severe burns.

Q. Will it remove water marks?
A. Yes.

Q. Is there a wood type that it should not be used on?
A. No, it is safe on all wood types.

Q. Will it effect any change to the shade of wood it is used upon?
A. No, it is 100% safe to use.

Q. Will it remove varnish, lacquer or French polish?
A. No. It is safe on all wood finishes.

Q. Is it safe to use on antiques?
A. Yes, because it contains no solvents or abrasives.

Q. Can it be used on modern furniture when instructed by the manufacturer to wipe with a damp cloth, and not to use any polish?
A. Yes, because it is a cleaner, and does not contain wax or silicone.

Q. Does it feed the wood?
A. Yes, because it contains organic oils, which feed and nourish the wood preventing the wood from drying out. These oils will also add lustre to washed out wood.

Q. Will it seal bare wood?
A. No.

Q. Will it clean bare wood?
A. No. The wood must be sealed. For example it cleans waxed wood (pine), and oiled wood (teak).