Cleans grout, tile, stainless pots & pans, oven (inside & out), glass (including windows & soap scum off shower doors), car rims & mufflers, only thing it can't be used on is marble. Very little scrubbing & it cost less than 2 bucks!! When vinegar & baking soda won't work this stuff definately will!
Please never destroy an antique. Choose only pieces with drawers already missing, cheap reproductions, or pieces that are not antiques. You can NEVER replace an antique once it is destroyed. Vintage dresser redo with bottom drawers removed.
Howard's Restore-A-Finish permanently removes white water rings and heat marks, sun fade, oxidation, smoke damage, and most other blemishes on kitchen tables, coffee and end tables, buffets, window sills, antiques, cabinets, paneling, countertops, etc. It is a unique finish-penetrating stain formula that restores the original color to your finish while blending out the blemishes and minor scratches.
Great directions if you are looking for a method to restore antique finish safety and easily, Howard's Restor-a-Finish may be a perfect product for your project. Howard's products provide a quick fix to antique furniture finish and are easy to use, gentle on your antique furniture and yield outstanding results. How about a quick free demo? Just take a look at our Howard demo photos below.
One of the most common questions that we get around here is simple, “Do I need to seal my furniture with a protective clear coat after painting it?” When you demand an official answer, I deliver, people. That’s how I roll. YES!! You need to seal furniture most of the time. I don’t seal everything, but I absolutely seal furniture when they are high traffic pieces. For example a kitchen table is an...