Cream Polish - Gilly's Waxes & Polishes
Cream Polish - Gilly's Waxes & Polishes
Cream Polish - Gilly's Waxes & Polishes
Gilly's Waxes & Polishes

Cream Polish

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Gilly Stephenson's Cream Polish is made with the finest West Australian beeswax to an old English recipe. The purity of the polish may be judged by the ease with which the cloths wash out. The Cream Polish is emulsified, making it easy to apply, whilst giving the furniture the goodness it requires. As Gilly Stephenson's Cream Polish is rich in wax, a little goes a long way. The Cream Polish is recommended for general maintenance and the best polish for French polished furniture. Cream Polish comes scented in Lavender, Rose and Lemon. The polish is also suitable for use on vinyl, leather and marble.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
More than happy.

The Lavendar polish not only makes the furniture look great, the smell is fantastic. Thanks again for the fabulous service.

Not sure if it was the right polish for the job/wood

I bought the Lemon Cream polish for some old Castilian burnt pine furniture. When I apply it, the surface becomes dull and seems to react with the finish of the wood, but after buffing the furniture it seems all right, although not the kind of result I was looking for.

This is the only wax polish we use

We first came across this polish in Bunnings and bought a small tub to use on our rosewood furniture. It is soft, spreads easily and buffs furniture to a nice shine.

Now that we have bought an older home with lots of natural wood, I went online to search out Gilly's to see if they offer larger sizes. They do and we have ordered a 1L tub in a rose scent.

Customer service is 5-star too. Easy online ordering system, plus you get to speak to real people who know their products when you pick up the phone.

Perfect Shine!

So easy to apply, doing so much good to the furniture resulting in a perfect shine. Thank you, Sylvia.


Best polish for antiques. I’ve been using for years