749 D.C.W. Furniture Polish with
- 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
- Removes smudges, stains and dust
- Fresh lemon scent
- Now with professional-grade carnauba wax for a hard,
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.
- Pretest in an inconspicuous area before using.
- Shake container gently, then spray sparingly 4 to 6 inches away
- Wipe immediately with a clean, soft cloth.
- 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,XO313
- Tax according to your local sales tax code
- Shipping by Fedex:
$9.00-per-entire-order, continental USA.
- No phosphates or chlorofluorocarbons
- Recyclable steel container
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:
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
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
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