Excellent for those who prefer to oil their furniture rather than wax it. Orange Oil has great cleaning properties and is marvellous for old neglected furniture as it both cleans and restores. It is also a simple way of keeping cane and bamboo furniture in good condition and for feeding unpolished surfaces, such as drawers and undersides of tables. It gives a golden hue to pine. Apply with a soft cloth and then buff. Orange Oil is completely plant based and food safe, contains no silicon and smells wonderful.
Not all 'Orange Oil' furniture polishes are the same; many are diluted with cheap petro-chemical derived solvents. Gilly Stephenson's Australian Orange Oil Furniture Polish contains the highest percentage of pure orange oil of all of its competitors.
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Absolutely love finishing my boards with this fantastic product gives them that final touch and the amazing scent of oranges when my customers unpack their new board.
I’ve been using Gilly’s products, especially the Orange Oil, on my wooden furniture for more than 15 years now. I wouldn’t consider using any other product as it’s the best one on the market.
Love this product. So many uses and it leaves a lingering citrus smell.
I bought an older home with a beautiful, but woefully neglected American Oak kitchen with granite bench tops. There was sun damage in part, some steam damage near the dishwasher and other rough looking bits.
I was contemplating another product vs Gilly's, but decided on Gilly's after researching their ingredients list. I rang Gilly's and Sarah suggested orange oil, a rub with very fine sandpaper or steel wool, more orange oil and finish off with the was polish. She also suggested ordering a sample pack.
Well, I tried the tiny bottle of orange oil from the sample pack I ordered, rubbed over with 0000 steel wool the day after, and oiled and buffed again. All the white bits disappeared, and the steam damaged patch looks normal again. It's still a bit rough and I will repeat the process a few more times before I finish off with the wax polish.
Needless to say, I was on the phone to Sarah to order a big bottle of orange oil to add to my wax polish order that they were making up for me.
My kitchen looks so much better now! AND I have started on all the solid wood doors and frames in my home and they have all taken on a lovely sheen.
I was initially apprehensive about using oil as I was concerned about absorption leaving unsightly spots and marks. I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to dab some on a lint-free cloth ( I used clean cotton cut from old 100% cotton t-shirts) to rub in a circular motion - no absorption marks, just smooth, satiny wood. Love it!