Old English Light Wood Scratch Cover 8 oz Pack of 1 Multicolor
Wood Furniture And Wood Paneling, Kitchen Cabinets, Wood Surfaces, Old English Scratch Cover
- The old English scratch cover helps to restore damaged wood
- Comes with wood scratch covers that makes it easy to clean
- Formulated with a formula that helps restore wood surfaces
- May not be ideal for light scratches
Analysis of 600+ reviews for Old English Light Wood Scratch Cover 8 oz Pack of 1 Multicolor
BestViewsReviews analyzed 8,218 reviews for 29 products in the Wood Scratch Covers & Removers category.
We analyzed a total of 621 reviews for this product out of which, 542 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 79% reviews were positive while around 16% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Old English Light Wood Scratch Cover 8 oz Pack of 1 Multicolor
This product received a total score of 9.55 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
I was so amazed at how quickly the product was applied and the finished product was, I was considering refinishing all my lower cabinets as well as the upper ones.
He noticed a big difference after I left two of the doors undone.
We tore down the closet and rebuilt it, we added the beams to the ceiling and finished all of the trim work, as I was cleaning up the scraps of wood my wife started to stain the walls with the Old English, I am guessing she was sneaking into the kitchen to get more
I use this wood oil to protect my furniture, even though I probably shouldn't clean and dust as much.
It took me 10 minutes to use, but I love this stuff so much that I immediately wrote a review and made photos to share.
Question & Answers
Does it clean the cabinets?
I use it to clean hardwood floors, cabinets and wood furniture, but it leaves a film so I usually use furniture cleaner after touching up to get a nice clean finish.
Does it work to remove scratches like black lines or spots?
There were light scratches and some water spots.
What is the difference between a scratch cover for light woods and a scratch cover polish for light woods?
There is a white small sticker with a barcode on the bottle that says "scratch cover polish for light wood", but the bottle is the same color as the picture.
When using the light wood formula on dark wood, what do you do?
I would try it on a small area, and see what happens. Maybe it's necessary to follow up with dark formula.
Is the product helpful with a table with white heat marks?
The only way to get rid of the heat mark is to sand and refinish, sorry!