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Lemon Oil Furniture Polish, case of 4 gallons

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Lemon Oil Furniture Polish (02 LOP), case of 4 gallons

Clean and polish wood with this silicone-free furniture polish. It maintains the natural beauty of wooden surfaces, and can also be applied to stainless steel. Lemon Oil Furniture Polish should be poured onto wooden surface and rubbed to a shine. It is typically spread with a cloth or microfiber cloth. Frequent use of this product will help prevent wood from drying out and cracking. It also leaves a protective finish on stainless steel, making the surface resistant to fingerprints. Personal Protective Equipment is recommended.

Ideal for use in homes, office buildings, schools, restaurants, and other public buildings. This product can be used to polish tables, chairs, dressers, bed posts, stair railings, bookcases, elevator doors, door handles, push panels, kick plates, and stainless steel appliances.

Lemon Oil Furniture Polish is a ready-to-use furniture polish. It has been premixed in exacting proportions during manufacturing, so you never have to measure or mix, or risk using a solution that's too strong to be safe or too weak to be effective. Ready-to-use products allow you to use the exact amount you need, thereby minimizing waste.

Phosphate free.

Specs:
pH: n/a
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: .81 - .82
COLOR: Clear
ODOR: Lemon

Availability:
1 gal
4/1 gal case
55 gal drum (add 3-5 days)
Pallet of 48 (qty), 4/1 gal. cases (add 3-5 days)

MSDS sheet available after purchase.
  • Model: 02 LOP
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