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Polish is one of those things I'm happy to invest a bit of money is as it lasts so long. Granted, I live in a medium sized rented property and I don't have much to dust, but I find a can of polish can last me around a year.
At the moment I'm using Mr Sheen Multi-Surface Polish. This can be purchased in most stored like Wilkinsons, supermarkets and so on. I've had a look online and it can be purchased for about £1-2.
The can is an average size and is fairly light so is comfortable to carry around the house and use. Giving the can a quick shake makes sure it's all ready to go, and the button at the top adequately sprays the polish onto your surfaces.
My can is apparently fragranced with AirWick Magnolia and Cherry. I can't say I can smell magnolia and cherry blossom - it just smells like furniture polish to me! However it is very fresh and clean and lingers in the room for a while after usage. I love when I've just used it and the room smells all fresh and clean
I prefer to spray directly onto a surface and wipe over with a duster, you can spray more on stains that might need a rub, and occasionally I spray onto the duster and then wipe across the surface. The spray cleans brilliantly and doesn't leave any residue. You need to make sure you wipe properly depending on the surface to ensure there are no streaks. According to the can you can use it on wood, metal, glass and plastic. I find it works very well on wood and plastic, glass is ok but can need quite a wipe to ensure it's not streaky. I haven't tried it on anything metal! It does advice not to use on unwaxed or unsealed wooden surfaces. There are also the usual aerosol warnings not to inhale the spray, or pierce or burn the can after use.
Overall this product cleans surfaces and allows you to wipe dust from surfaces. I usually dust first and then run the vacuum cleaner over the room to ensure all the dust is hoovered away. The smell isn't magnolia and cherry blossom to me but it is fresh and clean. I would recommend this as a decent spray which cleans without leaving residue and keeps your house clean and hygienic. It's light and easy to carry around and lasts a long time.
I have used Mr Sheen for many years and when ever I buy a new can it always seems to last for ages. I love the fact that this product can be used on multi surfaces which means I haven't got to mess around using different cans for different things.
The product packaging.
The product comes in the form of a red, white and green aerosol spray can with a red plastic pull off lid. On the front the Mr Sheen logo is displayed at the top in white lettering and directly underneath it tells you that it is a multi surface polish. It also tells you that it has dust trap technology and a spring meadow scent. At the bottom it tells you that it can be used on wood, metal, glass and plastic. On the back it gives you some product information, directions for use, cautions, can size (300ml) ingredients and some brand contact information. The product claims to pick up more dust than using a cloth alone.
Directions of use.
Shake can thoroughly before use. Remove the plastic lid to reveal a small white spray nozzle, hold the can upright and spray about 9 inches from the surface by pressing your finger down onto the white spray nozzle. Use a soft cloth or duster to wipe away and polish to a shine. It does say that it is not suitable for use on unsealed or waxed wooden surfaces.
Price and availability.
It is widely available both in store and on line. Prices can vary, Asda currently have it priced at £1 for the 300ml size.
My experience and verdict.
I think this is a good product. It collects dust well and leaves a pleasant smell afterwards. I must admit I have found that it isn't totally smear free but it does clean well and is very good value for money. I would recommend this product.
I always remember my mum using Mr Sheen polish when I was younger so I have done the same. As my house is very small and I am not a great fan of cleaning, one tin normally lasts a long time! When I saw the new multi surface polish, I wanted to try it.
-- Packaging --
The can is an eye catching shade of red with a red plastic cap. It has the Mr Sheen logo in white with details of what this product is suitable for. As it is multi-surface polish you can use it on wood, metal, glass and plastic. As the one I have is 'Spring Meadow', there are two pictures of flowers.
On the back of the can it tells the reader what dust contains (if this doesn't inspire me to dust more often nothing will!). Dust contains 'hidden nasties such as dead skin cells, dried saliva and decaying insect waste. These tiny particles are food for dust mites and make the surfaces in your home unclean' Even reading that as I type, makes me want to dust my lounge!
The can is 300 ml sized. On the packaging it also has notes on the various dangers associated with using this product and warnings such as not polishing floors with this or the insides of baths as that can be dangerous and as with all cleaning products to keep out of children.
-- How to use --
This product is very simple to use.... I shake the can, then spray a bit of the polish onto the surface I want to clean and polish with a soft clean duster. On the can it advises that if the polish is being used on a small or difficult area then you can spray the polish directly onto the cloth and clean the surface.
-- The Product --
The polish is a white colour which leaves my surfaces clean and streak free. I like the fact that it is suitable for most surfaces as it cuts down the need for multiple cleaners to use around the house. The polish has a lovely clean smell.
-- Price and Availability --
This product is available from most major supermarkets and shops such as Wilkinson's. At the moment it is priced at £1.33 in Sainsbury's. I think I bought this one when one of the supermarkets had a 'Spring Cleaning event' and it cost me £1.
-- Overall Summary --
I really like this polish and I would recommend it. I find it quick and simple to use, and leaves my surfaces in my home clean and tidy and leaves a lovely fresh smell in the room after use.
Thanks for reading.
Cleaning, the job we all like to see the end result off but which is a constant on-going daily chore. One part of that cleaning job is dusting and polishing. I dust my entire home about twice a week and it is not a task that I ever look forward to doing. But one thing that does help is a good can of furniture polish, this way the dust actually gets removed and not just moved around. My last purchase of furniture polish was the Mr Sheen multi surface polish.
I purchased my can of Mr Sheen from Tesco at the price of just £1.00 which I though was pretty good value for a furniture polish especially for a brand name that I recognised. The full and current price of this polish in Tesco is £1.33.
The polish comes in a 300ml aerosol can, I was mainly attracted to the polish because it was a multi surface one. It states on the front of the can that it is suitable for use on metal, wood, glass and plastic. This to me was great as I have all of these surfaces in my home and to clean with one product is so much easier than having to switch all the time.
The polish is very easy to use just hold away from the surface you want to clean and spray. The polish is dispensed in a nice fine mist, you are then able to use a duster or cloth to polish the surface. I find this works perfectly well, all of the dust and dirt seems to stick to my duster leaving the surface nice and clean. I do find though that I need to go over the surface with another duster to make sure it is left dry and smear free.
It is also possible if you have a mark on your furniture like a ring off the bottom of a tea cup then to spray the polish directly onto the duster and polish a little harder to remove the stain.
I have been very impressed by this polish, it is not only good value but cleans very well leaving surfaces shiny smear free. I also like the nice clean fragrance it leaves behind, it is not specially fragranced in anyway but I quite like the traditional original polish fragrance.
Please note that this review is for the Citrus Shine variant of Mr Sheen Furniture Polish. Dooyoo advised me to put my review under this entry of their catalogue.
What is it?
Probably one of the better known brands of furniture polish, Mr Sheen has been around for years and I remember both my mother and grandmother using this in their homes when I was a young boy. This particular variant, the 'citrus shine' Mr Sheen wasn't an intentional purchase when I bought it, I needed some polish and picked up this can figuring it was the regular stuff that I always use and it was only when I sprayed some that I realised it had a 'different' smell to that I had become accustomed to.
I'm sure everyone knows what furniture polish is used for so wont spend too much time explaining the idea behind the product instead I'll focus on what the manufacturers claim it can do and how it lives up to the tasks it is given. Mr Sheen is no longer just a polish these days, according to the can this has 'dust trap' technology in its formulation and cleans, shines, protects and fragrances and can be used on all manner of surfaces including metal, wood, glass and plastic. The back of the can gives a brief explanation of the 'dust technology' claims and tells me that it's 'unique formulation acts like 1000's of tiny magnets attracting hidden nasties with every spray'. The directions for use are explained but you'd have to be monumentally stupid not to know how to use furniture polish in all honesty so once the cap is removed and the polish sprayed onto the surface you want to clean it's just a case of wiping it over with a cloth or duster and removing any dust or 'nasties' that may be lurking.
As this is the Citrus Shine Mr Sheen it does smell different to the regular furniture polish and does have an artificial orange/lemon/generically citrus scent to it. It's still smells of polish though and I think the fact that the manufacturers have gone to the bother of trying to change or disguise the smell is a bit daft in all honesty as it lacks the freshness of other cleaners and wouldn't be mistaken for anything other than it actually is. Still, for a change it smells 'alright' but nothing to get excited about and certainly not a reason to chose this one over the regular-smelling Mr Sheen 'original' counterpart.
The polish is white in colour and is sprayed from the can in a light mist, depending on how dusty or dirty a surface will determine how much polish you need to use but I find a short burst of polish dotted around is sufficient for my requirements. I use a yellow duster to wipe the polish into the area I want to clean and a quick sweep back and forth soon removes any dust and does leave the surface looking clean and dust-free. At my caravan I have a lot of wooden surfaces; a fireplace, coffee table and TV unit with drawers all in dark wood and it's a nightmare to keep it looking clean as any bits show up against the grain so furniture polish is a necessity for me and as far as how Mr Sheen performs there's nothing to complain about as it does do the job it was designed to do. I can always see the results when I've polished, the dark wood comes up a treat and is left looking shiny and streak-free and left behind is a clean, freshly cleaned smell which isn't too overpowering but noticeable in the air.
I do think the 'dust trap' technology is overstated on the product though, the claims that this formulation picks up more dust than if you were to use just a cloth seems rather silly to me and whilst I do agree that Mr Sheen leaves surfaces with a nice shine I don't for a moment think that I have shifted any more dust by using this as I would have done with just a cloth. I don't buy polish for anything other than the shine it leaves and there's no denying that Mr Sheen is good for this but anything else just appears to be a marketing device just to add something to the packaging. I won't use Mr Sheen on metal surfaces and on glass I don't think it's particularly effective, I have used this on a large mirror I have and didn't think it performed very well, there were streaks left behind and I had to re-clean the mirror with glass spray so now will only use this on wooden surfaces and for this I do think it excels.
In comparison to the other Mr Sheen polish there's nothing in it when it comes down to how they perform. Both are excellent furniture polishes and either would be recommended by me, just don't be taken in by the claims on the can. The smell of Citrus Fresh is nice as already mentioned but it does still smell the same as any other furniture polish you might have used in the past. The transference of the citrus does remain in the air once you have polished but is neither Orange nor Lemon in aroma and would never be mistaken for anything 'natural', as a polish though Mr Sheen is still as good today as it was all those years ago and is the only product I buy preferring this over other brands such as 'Pledge'.
Mr Sheen Citrus Shine can be found in all the major supermarkets and costs around £1.50 for a 300ml can. Asda often has this on offer for a pound but it's a cheap and reliable polish even at full price, four stars from me as a rating as there are no concerns about it's performance on wooden surfaces but on glass? I don't think so, however it remains a must-have for me as part of my cleaning routine.
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My flat has just had a rewire, which involved channelling into all of the walls. As you can imagine this creates A LOT of dust. In fact, for the past couple of weeks, I've felt as though I've been fighting a never ending dust battle which I'm never going to win. The main problem is, I dust and things begin to look reasonably clean, and then five minutes later the dust has settled and I have to start all over again.
Now, I saw an episode of How Clean is Your House, where Aggie said that you should dust regularly using a damp duster, but only actually use polish once a month. I don't know why, but that piece of advice stuck with me and I now only get the polish out once a month. Given the dust problem that I have at the moment, it might seem insane to even bother polishing, however I noticed that this one has a 'dust guard' which is supposed to keep dust away for longer. It was a long shot, but I felt I should give it a try....anything to give me a bit of time off from the relentless cleaning!
The spray comes in a red can. Unlike some which have a built in spray button, this one has a removable lid. The button is comfortable to press and I've had no problems with the nozzle becoming clogged.
The information on the can states that this is a four in one product, and will clean, shine, protect and fragrance your surfaces. There is also a guide saying that it is suitable for metal, wood, glass and plastic. Mine is the Original fragrance, it also comes in spring fresh, lavender and camomile, magnolia and cherry blossom, and citrus.
You use this as you would any other polish - spray onto the surface you want to polish and then wipe with a soft cloth (I use a yellow duster). The polish sprays out evenly and is clear, rather than white as some are, which in a way makes things harder as you can't see exactly where you've sprayed. The smell of the polish is a pretty generic polish kind of smell. It doesn't stand out as being particularly nicer than any other polishes I've ever used, but neither is it awful and it does leave a clean scent in my home.
The main surface I use this on is wood. I find that it wipes off easily and leaves a streak free finish. The scent does linger as well and when I'm near to the newly polished items of furniture, I can smell the freshly polished scent.
I have also used this on my glass TV stand, where the results were not quite so impressive. I found it really hard to wipe off, and when it did wipe off it left a very streaky finish. For this reason I haven't dared use it on glass again!
I have never tried the polish on metal - I can't think of any metal items I have which require dusting! I also haven't really used the polish on plastic, although I do have a very cheap dining table which has a laminated finish (does that count?) and this polish brings it up brilliantly.
Oh, and the dust guard? Well, that doesn't work! Maybe if there was a normal level of dust in my home it may be more effective, however with all of the dust in the air after the rewire, I found that the dust settled back onto surfaces just as quickly as they had when I hadn't been using the polish. Oh well, at least I tried!
I purchased this in ASDA where it cost just £1 for a 300ml can.
This polish was OK, but although it was fine on wood, if I wanted another multi-surface polish I would choose something else. It certainly doesn't work too well on glass and the dust guard doesn't work very well, so I'd only recommend it if you only have wooden furniture to polish.
Doing the household chores is something I don't mind doing, I cannot say I like it but I do it because I live in the house too and like to do my fair share. One of those chores is polishing my wooden furniture and I do not polish every day because it is not necessary and so it is one that I mainly do at the weekend, usually when my grandchildren have visited and then gone home, that way it is nice and clean for the week ahead.
This polish is one that I have bought on many occasions and for a lot of years and I would say it is a very good price of around a £1 for a 300ml can. A good price I think for a very well known brand that has been around for a lot of years.
The polish comes in a tall can, it has an inserted nozzle, it gives a nice even spray and it does not run from the can while using it. I use it to polish all of my wooden furniture, I just give it a quick spray onto the surface of the wood and then just rub it gently with a duster and then just keep rubbing until the polish has dried. It dries in no time at all and leaves a nice sheen to the wood. It has a really nice smell to it, just the normal smell of a polish but it is not too strong a smell. It does smell nice and smells refreshing. I always like the smell of a room after a polish has been used on furniture.
This one does not leave streaks on my wood, it leave the surfaces looking sparkingly clean with a nice shine. After polishing this polish leaves a coating that allows the dust to then just be wiped as it is not sticky when dried. It leaves the wood in a good condition and one that does not harm my furniture at all. Little effort is needed to clean with this polish because the quality is very good, it blends into the wood in a nice way without leaving marks. It takes the effort out of the polishing chore and makes for an enjoyable chore if I say so myself because the quicker a chore is done the more time I have on my hands to do something more exciting lol.
It does have a little foam that is left on the furniture when it is first used but once the rubbing action is used this foam disappears very quickly indeed to leave a gleaming shine to my furniture. It has never ruined any of my furniture and has treated it well.
This is a cheap but effective polish, it polishes well and I recommend it to anyone looking for a nice polish. I think it is a good one for the price.
I rate it 5 stars.
I absolutely hate cleaning, in particular dusting. If I can find a reasonable excuse to leave it or postpone, I usually will. So when I do have to do the dusting I try to find products that will make it all a bit easier, or the effects last a bit longer.
Over the years I have tried many different brands of polish and all different types. There's scented, polish wipes and even disposable dusters on sticks. Over the different brands, prices and product types, I have to say I have never noticed a great difference when comparing them, not matter what you do - dust comes back!
We live on a main road and so we do get a lot of dust coming in through the windows, particularly those at the front of the house. I always like to open the windows if possible to air the house a bit and so dusting is a must around once a week (longer if I can get away with it though).
I have been using Mr Sheen Multi-surface for quite a while now and have to say that it does seem to be the best for picking up the dust. The can lasts a ages, even when I do use a lot of it and it works out to be very reasonable at just over £1 per unit from Wilko's.
With this product you get a clean, polish scent and I love that I can use it on almost every surface around the house if dusting. It brings wood up with a lovely shine and even works on the TV and computer surfaces just as well.
Nothing makes your house smell cleaner than furniture polish and it's one of those smells that I love. My furniture polish of choice has always been Mr Sheen, which is probably because it was the only polish that my own mother would use. So, I am always particularly pleased when they bring out a new fragrance for me to try out.
The polish comes in a red aerosol can containing 300ml of polish with a picture of Mr Sheen himself flying by. I am currently using the original fragrance and this boasts a 4 in 1 action - it cleans, shines, protects and fragrances. The polish can be used on wood, glass, plastic, stainless steel and even mirrors. The can is pressurised so gives a strong spray. I spray this directly onto my surfaces and wipe clean using a clean duster. A couple of sprays is usually enough to do an average sized table adequately. The polish wipes clean really easily and without too much elbow grease being required. It removes all dust and smudges such as fingerprints and leaves a shiny, clean finish. The spray also protects the surfaces from stains and gathering dust between polishes too. I have found this to be true as my surfaces look just cleaned for a good few days after use.
The best thing for me about this polish is the smell. The original can smells just like pine furniture polish, but there are other scents available in the multi-surface polish. These include Magnolia and Cherry Blossom, Citrus Shine and Spring Fresh. I particularly like the Magnolia and Cherry Blossom as this gives the polish a fruity aroma. The scent lingers in the room for a good few hours after polishing, so it's great for giving your home that 'just cleaned' feel (particularly good if the in-laws are visiting!).
In my experience, the polish works best on surfaces such as tables, fireplaces and windowsills - giving them a shiny finish. I don't tend to use this on my mirrors as I have had problems with smearing so prefer to use glass wipes here. This is just personal preference though, I am sure it would do more than an adequate job on mirrors.
A can of polish can be picked up for a little over £1 (or £1 in pound stores!), which I think is great value for such a well known brand. A can of polish usually lasts me about 6 weeks too, which means I really do get great value for money.
I bought my Mr Sheen just before christmas as I like to tidy up the house after all the mayhem of the christmas day celebrations as everyone always seems to come over to our house for the christmas holidays and it's my son's birthday on boxing day too, so there's double celebrations and the housework has to be done in between the days to keep the house tidy and clean.
Mr Sheen is a furniture polish and a multi surface polish in one can so can be used on lots of things, which is a good thing with my family around the place messing things up.
It can be found in the supermarkets for around £1.25 or less depending on where you buy it from, I got mine when it was on offer at Morrisons for £1 a can and this is when I stock up with household items as they store well in a dry cool place. Why pay more if you can save money is my motto.
The can is an spray can with a pull off top this has to be kept out of reach of children as it is dangerous if it gets sprayed in their faces and eyes, so keep the can and other household cleaning products out of their reach.
The can is red with the little Mr Sheen man on the front, flying around on a cleaning cloth and it has the white lettering advertising the products ability to clean, protect, shine and fragrance the surfaces it cleans.
This is suitable for wood, glass, plaastic and metal and I have all these in my house, but I do find that it seems to work the best on wood as it brings out the grain of the wood and polishes it to make it look clean and new.
I'm not too keen on using it on glass as it's hard to get a good shine without the streaking on the glass, if you spray and wipe straight away there are less streaks but once the glass has been polished there's always places where you can see the streaks especially when the sun shines on the glass, so I don't use it on glass even though it says it's alright to do so.
On metal though I find it works well and I have even used this on my wheel trims on my car to bring them up nice and shiney. It also cleans plastic quite well and I have used it on plastic with good results.
I'm not too keen on buying spray cans and prefer liquid cleaners but as it was on offer I bought it and it works well, the can has to be disposed of properly and cannot be kept near fire or punctured. The fragrance discribed on the can isn't perfume or anything like that but it smells of furniture polish and after using it the surfaces smell of polish too, so I wouldn't use this in the kitchen but it's good on tables, chairs, cupboards and dressing tables and other items of furniture.
I think it's a good all round cleaner, you can spray it directly onto the suface and wipe it away with a cloth or you can spray it onto the cloth and wipe the surface with it, I find both ways are just as good as each other. The price is reasonable and it makes the house smell fresh and clean.
I am happy to recommend it to you and will be buying it again.
Don't you just love the smell of furniture polish? I do I love it and I love the smell of it while I am cleaning my wooden furniture because it makes me think that everything is so nice and clean. I have used and bought lots of different brands in the past and most of them have been really nice ones with a nice smell. I have bought this very well known brand for as long as I can remember because I know it is a good one and one that I know will give good results for my furniture.
This one comes in a can with a spray nozzle, and was at the low price of only £1 for 300ml from Asda, it is a nice amount in the can for the price in my opinion, I think it is such a good quality polish and it I find it sprays nicely from the can. It sprays evenly and it is not runny as I have found with some other brands.
I sometimes spray some of this onto my duster and gently rub it into my furniture, I usually use it this way for my more older wooden furniture that I only like to use a small amount of polish onto the surface so I do not ruin it. I think it blends into the wood nicely and it does not harm it at all. I sometimes also just spray it directly onto surfaces and it has a slight foam to it which can be quickly rubbed in and then it can be buffed to give a really nice shine and also sparkle.
I like to use this one on my rocking chair, yes I am a grandma and sit my grandson on my knee at times and rock him lol, my chair is made of wood and it collects dust at the base of the chair sometimes and this polish cleans it well and the polish is kind of like a magnet while being used. I really love the way it makes the furniture and room smell nice and fresh.
I have used this one on some of my mirrors and I have used it directly sprayed once again onto a duster and the glass has sparkled. I have a lot of mirrors in my home and my grandson always places his sticky fingers over the ones in the hallway and this polish removes them without leaving streaks or marks and it is easy to clean the glass too with little effort needed. With this polish I clean a little plastic table which belongs to my grandson, it is quite a study table and the polish cleans it well, I also clean my steel door handle to make them sparkle when I am doing a more in depth clean around my home and they are nice and shiny after doing so.
After I have used this I find that my furniture does not have so much dust on the top for a while and when I do find some a quick dust over the surface and it looks nice and clean again. It. I love cleaning and so I do not mind polishing but I sometimes like to have the chore done a little quicker so I can enjoy my day etc and this polish is so easy use because of the excellent quality and I think it is worth it.
My rooms smell nice after using this polish because the fragrance lasts for quite some time and I always love returning into a room I have just used this one and love the nice fresh smell.
I love the nice mist what it creates when it is being used because it sprays evenly over the surface, it is not runny and it does not drip from the can. It is very good value for money in my opinion. I highly recommend it and I think it is so affordable for a very well known brand.
I give this one 5 stars.
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I am not a great one for polishing things, as I am generally of the opinion that unless you can see dirt from a distance it doesn't need cleaning. This is lazy, I know, and I have been trying to modify my attitude recently. Anyhow, I make sure I keep a bottle of polish under the sink for when the urge to clean grabs me.
I will admit that when choosing some cleaning products I tend to go for big name brands, as I feel that if they are well known and have been around for a long time they must be effective in their purpose. Mr Sheen is available in several formats, but I chose the Original fragrance as I wanted something fairly neutral. The product is available in a 300ml canister, which is cylindrical in shape. This product is suitable for use on metal, wood, glass and plastic. This suited me, as I do not to spend too much on products such as this, and like to minimise on the space they take up, too. The spray itself emerges from a simple nozzle, which should be depressed to release the polish. The can should be shaken well before use, and the can held 9 inches from the surface you wish to treat before releasing the polish. The polish emerges as a fairly fine spray. I usually use the spray closer to the surface than directed, but I believe that even from the advised distance the spray does not emerge as finely as it could. This means that the polish does emerge in blobs occasionally, and initially I was worried the uneven liquid may damage surfaces. However, even when I have used the polish on fairly delicate wooden surfaces I have not noticed any long term effects as a result.
I am not particularly keen on the smell of the spray. Being Original, the product makes no claim to having any delicate or natural scent, and the polish itself has a heavy, faux floral fragrance that reminds me of old-fashioned cleaning products. The smell does not linger for too long after it has been forced out of the canister however, and within a few hours the smell has disappeared from the room completely.
I usually spray the polish onto the surface, then use a cloth to push it around. It is true that the spray is very effective in ridding surfaces of dust, but with larger debris I find that this process only serves to move it from one area to another. I would not say that the Mr Sheen spray leaves surfaces glistening, but it does restore some shine.
This is a good polish, and is all the better because it is so versatile and can be used on many surfaces instead of being specialised to just one or two. The scent could be improved upon in my opinion, but one can of the polish has so far lasted me in excess of six months, and being so easy to use and fairly effective I would have no hesitation in recommending it.
Mr Sheen multi purpose cleaning polish. It is a must for everyone to have in their cleaning cupboard.
It is very easy to use all you need to do is hold the aersol about 9 inches away from the item of furniture you would like to clean and once you have sprayed the polish on all you will need to do after that is to get a duster an wipe it off and you will then see amazing results it comes up clean and shiny .It also leaves a very fresh and spring type of fragrance once used which is very pleasant and the fragrance does linger a loong time.
You can use this on wood,glass,plastic and metal so very versatile. When you use it it does not smear like a lot of other proucts which suppose to do the same job.
You will need to check particularly with wood to make sure you are able to use it has it advised not to use on any wood which is unsealed or waxed..
It is in a very colourful can and with the usual Mr Sheen logo on the can. The can is 300ml in size and it seems to go a long way and very good value.
I am a cleanerholic. It's one of my most favourite pastimes and can't stand dirty living lol!
I spotted this in Asda and promising to be a 4 in 1 and only costing £1.00 a can it seemed a decent buy to me!
Red and silver can with a push button sprayer to the top of it. On the front of the can there is a picture of Mr Sheen and I am told that it is Mr Sheen Multi-Surface Polish 'Cleans & Shines' and that it is original fragrance and that it has a long lasting fragrance and that it is 300ml in size. On the back of the can other information given includes being told a bit about the product, instructions for using it are given along with a list of ingredients and contact details for the manufacturer are given. It's a nice enough can and easy to use and informative enough.
This spray is incredibly easy use and all you have to do is direct it where you want to clean and this can be used on wood, glass, plastic, steel, mirrors, paintwork, tiles and enamel so it really is a multi tasking product this one.
It has a spring fresh sort of fragrance to it which is really pleasant. It sprays out wet and all you do is wipe it away. It does remove dust, dirt and fingerprints with total ease leaving no smears behind after using it at all. It leaves a nice smell behind itself after using it for a good few hours gently in the background and all round is great at gently cleaning surfaces and leaving them gleaming.
With products such as this I am always wary of using them on glass and mirrors but with this I really have no reason to worry at all providing that I thoroughly wipe after using it. I have used this on wood, tiles and paintwork and it hasn't damaged anything at all. All round this is an excellent polish that really does polish with ease leaving no residue or greasiness behind it!
I paid £1.00 for a can of this recently in Asda and it can be found in all supermarkets etc for around that same price mark.