Furniture polisher Old English has been around for many many years and it never failed to amaze me this product definitely get the job done.
I remember the first time I was cleaning my great-grandmother's wooden table. It still looked nice and well kepyy expect with the minor scratches that were on it. I got the Old English Scratch Cover-- For Dark Wood. After using the polish, I was amazed at the deep rich mahogany color on the table. But not only that, the scratches itself were hardly noticeable and the table looked freshly new as if it were bought at a furniture store.
The smell of the Old English isn't very pleasant smell and have has the odor of a milk slowly becoming spoiled. Thankfully the smell isnt' that powerful enough to stink up a table or even worse, a whole room.
The other downside to the polisher is it can leave a very oily stain on your hands or clothing if you are not careful with your cleaning. So it's best to wear 'house work' clothes and gloves to prevent the stains.
If anyone wants positive results and their wooden cabinets, tables or dining sets look new, look no further than to Old English.