Imparts a beautiful shine while protecting wood with natural oils. This is a recipe passed down to me. It works very well.The pics of the cabinets are from the home we purchased in 2013. They needed a lot of love to bring them back from neglect. The wood was drying and dull. The first is of two cabinet doors, before polish on the left and polished on the right. The second photo is half and half as I worked on another door.
To Use: Test on an inconspicuous area first to be sure you like the result. Pick up a small amount of polish on a soft cloth and gently rub in a circular motion on wood to be polished. Buff to a shine with a second, dry cloth.
0.5, 2, or 4 ounces by volume in metal tin.
Olive Oil, Castor Oil, Beeswax, Orange Essential Oil
We made the decision to utilize sustainable glass, metal, plant-based cellophane, and textile packaging when at all humanly possible! These items are reusable in your home, or recyclable if you choose.
Our soap (and several other products) has a label affixed to seed paper that contains a blend of 12 non-invasive wildflowers that bees and butterflies are attracted to.
We hope that you enjoy our tiny gift and that you plant flowers to encourage pollination and beauty. We'd love to see your pot/plot of wildflowers that you grow! Send us a photo to "mercantile @ catspawfarm . com", or tag us on Instagram or Facebook with "#catspawfarm"
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