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Products for Cleaning woodwork? [dull thread alert!]

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SirDigbyChickenCaesar Fri 01-Aug-08 09:43:38

We just got our front hall replastered. so the skirting boards and the banister are a mess. we want to clean then up and make them a reali feature of the hall (it's the original wood from 1900)
can anyone recommend products for cleaning and polishing the wood?
TIA!

(and thank for not falling asleep reading this! wink)

RubySlippers Fri 01-Aug-08 09:45:36

beeswax is v good

you can buy tins of it in most supermarkets

<<stifles yawn wink>>

SirDigbyChickenCaesar Fri 01-Aug-08 11:28:43

beeswax? will that clean it? or just polish.

anything else?

Sonnet Fri 01-Aug-08 11:31:51

when you say they are a mess - have thet got bits of dried plaster on etc...
If so I 's wash/scrub with diluted flash/Multipurpse cleaner first. When clane and dry and if already stripped of paint i owuld polish with beeswax polish as suggested by Rubyslippers

hertsnessex Fri 01-Aug-08 11:36:12

i use a soapy wood cleaner, then a herd wax and then a soft (liquid) wax - my kitchen is all wood and needs this doing ALOT!!

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