Mr Sheen Multi Surfaces Wipes are suitable for use on waxed, varnished, lacquered or painted wood. Not suitable for use on unsealed wood, plasma or LCD screen TVs. On antique furniture we recommend you consult a specialist before use.
Mr Sheen is carnauba wax and propellant. I used it on my motorbikes for 30 years and apart from 2 polishes a year it was all the paint protection they needed. It will make water bead off and dirt will struggle to stick too. There are no corrosives, alkalies, acids or abrasives in the formulation.
Use a lint-free rag folded into a small square and apply the wax to the rag. Not too much, and no clumps; too much wax will actually dull the surface of your piece. Then, gently rub the wax into the surface of your painted wood furniture, allow it to dry, and then buff with a soft cloth or buffing cloth.
Mr Sheen Multi-Surface Polish cleans, shines and protects. The polish is the quick and convenient way to clean and shine your wood, glass, plastic, stainless steel, mirrors, paintwork, tiles and enamel.
Mr Sheen's Multi-Surface Daily Cleaner is a single product that can used to clean, shine and eliminate dust on a variety of surfaces that include metal, wood, glass, and melamine surfaces.
The biggest no-no when it comes to getting your mirrors clean is using paper towels. Paper towels are both single-use and leave teeny tiny bits of residue that can create an even bigger mess. In order to achieve a streak-free shine, use a microfiber cloth.
If you come across any stubborn stains on painted walls, turn to baking soda and water. Baking soda is a natural stain fighter—mix a half cup of baking soda with a quarter cup of water until it forms a paste.
No matter the surface, it is easiest to always use a good dish soap and water to dilute it for your cleanser. All-purpose cleaner, wood cleaner, and white vinegar are also suitable alternatives. But if you're not sure and you want to be safe, it is best to stick to good old soap and water!
Clean painted wood with a solution of mild dish detergent and water rubbed on with a damp cloth, then dry the area completely with a paper towel. If your wood furniture is painted with Real Milk Paint, you can seal the surface without changing the color.
Mr Sheen with dust trap technology picks up x2 more dust than using a dry paper towel alone. The unique formula acts like 1000's of tiny magnets, attracting hidden nasties with every spray... ...and because it's Mr Sheen, it will leave your surfaces with that rewarding smear-free shine and fresh-polish fragrance.
Damp e cloth (general purpose or dusting), followed by polishing cloth. Lots of eco brands do furniture polish too - method, bio-d and earth friendly for example. Ever so slightly dampen a regular duster. It will be sufficient.
An aerosol, the product uses a combination of silicones, waxes and solvents and is currently manufactured by Reckitt.
For furniture, it's best to use a satin or semigloss finish in either a latex or an oil-based paint. Never leave primer unpainted. If you choose a latex paint, a latex primer is an excellent choice for most uses. It goes on easily and blocks most stains, and it doesn't have the odor of an oil-based primer.
Semi-gloss or glossy paint is typically used on kitchen cabinets or on woodwork such as door and window casings. The higher the gloss of paint, the more visible the paint brush marks. Try adding water or linseed oil, as appropriate, or use an oil-based paint.
Wipe wood furniture with a barely damp microfiber cloth to remove dust and grime. (Use a cotton cloth to avoid damaging the wood.) Quickly wipe it dry with another microfiber cloth. Don't let water sit on wood since it can warp the surface.
Avoid harsh chemicals and use a mix of mild detergent and water. Semigloss or glossy finishes, popular on kitchen walls are durable enough to stand up to degreasing cleaners. They are also susceptible to scratches. Latex paint finishes can be cleaned with warm water mixed with a nonabrasive cleaner.
To help keep walls clean, vacuum painted walls with a soft brush attachment. Then wipe them down with a cloth-covered broom or mop (spray with a dusting agent for best results), or use an electrostatic dusting wipe. Wipe away fingerprints and other marks like sticker residue soon after they appear.
You can also use most non-abrasive multipurpose cleaners on this type of paint or make your own by mixing one teaspoon of liquid dish soap and ¼ teaspoon of white vinegar into one quart of water. This cleaner should work on most latex paints. Finally, oil-based paints can take a slightly stronger cleanser.
Wait at least two weeks after painting before using any water or cleaner on your walls. Typically it's best to use a soft cloth or sponge with mild, soapy water. Wipe by applying gentle pressure in a circular motion. Rinse with a clean, damp cloth afterward to remove any leftover cleaner.
The real trick is to use a clean and dry cloth to polish your mirror glass. And the best one out there is the Microfiber Glass Cleaning Cloth. This lint-free cloth is made from a flat-knit polyester and microfiber blend to give you an ultimate shine on any mirror, glass, and stainless steel surface.
A simple reason may be because of an accumulation of dirt and lack of maintenance. Another reason could be desilvering - mirrors are made of glass with a silver backing, and over time the mirror may begin to develop black spots. This is called desilvering and it usually happens due to moisture.
DON'T: Use a Paper Towel
What they don't realize is that paper towels leave behind small pieces of residue, making the mirror look dusty. Instead, always use a clean, dry flat weave microfiber cloth. The microfiber acts as a magnet for dirt.