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749 D.C.W. Furniture Polish with  Carnauba   Add to Cart
Reg. 8.99
Fuller Brush Furniture Polish  About D.C.W.      

  • D.C.W. - Dusts, Cleans and Waxes in one step
  • Leaves a high gloss finish with carnauba premium wax
  • Silicone-based formula leaves an invisible dust-resistant barrier
  • Removes smudges, stains and dust
  • Fresh lemon scent
  • Now with professional-grade carnauba wax for a hard, long-lasting gloss

Where To Use D.C.W. 

  • Use on all finishes including wood, porcelain, chrome, ceramic tile, leather and vinyl
  • DO NOT use on floors as the surface will become slippery

How To Use D.C.W.   

  1. Pretest in an inconspicuous area before using.
  2. Shake container gently, then spray sparingly 4 to 6 inches away from surface.
  3. Wipe immediately with a clean, soft cloth.
Helpful Hints 
  • Provide coasters for use under cups and glasses to protect furniture from water rings.
  • Wipe up spills immediately to avoid damage and water marks.  Then spray with Lemon D.C.W. furniture wax to renew the finish.


  • Net Wt: 18 oz.
  • Type of Product: Aerosol Spray
  • MPN:/Model:  749,749002,
  • GTIN:/UPC:  083701007493
  • Tax according to your local sales tax code
  • Shipping by Fedex:  $9.00-per-entire-order, continental USA.

Environmental Notes   

  • No phosphates or chlorofluorocarbons
  • Recyclable steel container

Problem Solving

Hard-to-dust surfaces:  Spray Lemon D.C.W. Furniture Wax directly onto cloth or mitt and wipe surface in long, even strokes in the same direction.

White Water Rings on Furniture:  White spots occur when water gets into the surface of the finish.  Most white spots can be polished off with a mild abrasive.  Before trying anything, give the water stain time to evaporate on its own or help it along with a hair dryer.

Protecting Shower Doors:  After cleaning glass shower doors, polish them with a coating of Lemon D.C.W. Furniture Wax.  Wax will help repel soap scum and hard water deposits.

Hard Water Deposit:  Apply polish to clean shower walls and shower curtains to prevent hard water or soap scum build up. (DO NOT apply to bathtub or shower floor as it will become slippery.)

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