I just got done using Orange Glo throughout my home. The directions say that it can be used on wood, stainless steel, ceramic tile, and fiberglass. So I put it to the test. Supposedly it will clean soap film, grease, gum and stickers.
I used it on my fiberglass shower stall, and it didn't do such a hot job of stripping the soap film. But I DO feel that it shined it up and will help prevent dirt build-up due to the oil finish it leaves behind. So if you clean with another cleaner, then follow-up with the Orange Glo, the next cleaning may be easier. Similar to if you waxed the fiberglass. You have to be careful to wipe up the Orange Glo from the floor of the shower because it's slick!
Next, I used it on my painted woodwork. Again, it doesn't really clean that well, but it left a nice shiny finish. Then I used it to dust an old Duncan Phyfe table (natural wood), and it did a very nice job of conditioning the wood.
The next test was polishing my stainless steel appliances. I think it did a fairly decent job, but (again) not in the cleaning department. I have a product that does a better job, but the Orange Glo wasn't bad.
Now, on to removing some sticky stuff... It works pretty good, but WD-40 does a better job with less rubbing.
The bottom line is that it's a good polisher/shiner for the surfaces it's intended for, but it falls short in the cleaning department. It's a good product to have on-hand when you don't want to buy a bunch of different products for multiple chores.