Polish on varnished wood?

Posted By: Ollie Published: 06/03/2018 Times Read: 1081 Comments: 0

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We recently had a question that needed some expertise answers from our friends at the Selden laboratory.

A college we supply had been refurbished and the decorator had sanded back some wood and applied a fresh coat of varnish.

The advice was to avoid using a traditional furniture polish. 

Why?

A solvent based product, like most furniture polishes, can soften the varnish and potentially cause a bubbling effect.

The solution?

To swerve this issue, Selden recommend that a water based chemical is used. 

Glaze

Selden's Glaze VDU and Glass Cleaner is the ideal product for the job and will offer a fantastic shine without compromising the varnish.

Glaze Glass & VDU Cleaner Trigger Spray

Simply spray once into a microfibre cloth and wipe. If you need to, flip the cloth to the dry side to remove and excess chemical.

Did you learn something? We did!


Tags: varnish, glaze, wood polish, bubbling

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