Im a person who suffers from seasonal and year long allergies, I try to keep my house as dust free and clean as possible. I am not a “clean freak,” but I definitely try my hardest to keep my furniture looking nice and spot free. Scott’s Liquid Gold Dust ‘n Go Furniture Wipes have helped me to achieve the cleanliness that I have failed to achieve with other furniture wipe products and would definitely recommend them to anyone who is looking for a great way to clean their finished wood, vinyl and leather furniture.
Scott’s Liquid Gold Dust ‘n Go Wipes are a quick, easy and convenient way to dust and polish wood and other surfaces such as plastic, vinyl, leather and more. The wipes are pre-moistened and lightly fragranced with an almond scent. Dust ‘n Go provides consumers with a disposable, durable and lint-free, wax-free wipe that can be used to remove dust, dirt, fingerprints and smudges. Scott’s Liquid Gold Dust ‘n Go Wipes are available in canisters of 20 via their website and retail for $4.49/canister.
I loved how easy the wipes were to use as you simply wipe them across the surface you are wanting to clean and how great they picked up the dust off my furniture. They have definitely become a life saver in my cleaning routine as dusting is always dreadful because no matter how much I vacuum or dust with other products, they just don’t do the trick in picking up the dirtiness. Hopefully, I’ll get some good quality pictures the next time I dust so I can show you just how nice Scott’s Liquid Gold Dust ‘n Go makes my furniture look when it’s not covered in dirt and grim!
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