Celtic Woodcare. / Using Heritage Woodcare to remove ring marks, heat marks and water marks.
Well. it has been a lovely day today although gardeners, and possibly farmers. may not agree. In fact, when you look at it, it has been a great summer all round, much better than last year. Do you remember last year’s summer – all that rain and flooding? I don’t suppose I am alone in thinking that I don’t want a repeat of last year!
Anyway, to get down to business. I have now told you quite a lot about Heritage Woodcare – Who makes it and where, how it is packaged, detailed information on how to use it and instructions on using it on wood floors and furniture. That is quite a lot of information when you think about it.
One thing I ought to mention, have you received Celtic Woodcare as your order? If so, there is no need to worry. Celtic Woodcare and Heritage Woodcare are both the same, It is just that, in some parts of the world Drigate Products (the manufacturer) cannot use the brand name Heritage so, in those countries, the brand Celtic is used. When I then place my order with the manufacturer, if they have been using the Cetic brand and they have boxes left with that brand then that is what I receive.
I thought I would look at marks like water marks, ring marks and heat marks today. Some people regard those marks as the history of the piece of furniture and don’t worry. Other people feel those type of marks disfigure furniture and want to remove them. Either way, as long as there is there is no damage to the furniture, removing those marks shouldn’t create too much of a problem as your Heritage should take most of them off.
Use your Heritage in the usual way, (give your bottle a shake, pour some into a container, take any soft and clean cloth, soak it in the polish, squeeze and wring it out till it is damp dry, pour any remaining polish back into your bottle (not forgetting to put the top back on properly) and just wipe, following the direction of the grain) and you should setart to see a difference as the build is removed. The surface of the furniture may start to go streaky but this is quite normal and indicates that there is a heavy buildup to be removed and your furniture needs more than one application. Carry on using your heritage until all the marks and streaks have been removed.
Using your Heritage regularly is recommended as, unlikewax polishes, it does not cause any buildup.
You can buy Heritage woodcare online, visit www.heritagewoodcare.co.uk/products-page