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‚ÄčNo two trees are alike and this is reflected in timber furniture. As a natural, organic product, timber must be fed and maintained to get the most out of your piece of furniture.

Currently in store we have a new range of products ideal for all your cleaning, oiling, waxing and general timber care.

The Aussie Furniture Care range is an Australian company with a passion for the natural beauty of timber furniture. Environmentally friendly, all products are silicone and petro-chemical free and we are pleased to announce that we now stock four of their products.

Orange Oil-250ml

For regular use whenever your timber furniture needs a quick polish. It leaves no residue and can be used on all wood tones. It is especially effective on unsealed timber to provide a natural sheen. With it's pleasant orange scent, Orange Oil has excellent cleansing properties and is perfect for removing sticky marks.

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Furniture Wax-250g

Ideal to protect the finish of both rustic and antique furniture, it is best applied every 6 months to protect the timber from dirt and watermarks. Easy to apply with a soft, lint-free cloth and suitable for all finishes including painted furniture.

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Reviver and Oil Polish-250ml

Excellent for putting some life back into furniture that is looking a bit tired or dry. Also perfect for removing small scratches. Specially formulated to nourish, enhance and brighten up medium to dark toned furniture.

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Quick Polish-250ml

Perfect for when your furniture needs a clean and wax between 6 monthly applications of wax.

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Our products range from $22 to $28, a small yet sound investment to protect and prolong the life of your timber furniture.

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The before and after effects of a simple Orange Oil application. Egad! What a transformation!

Monday, April 7th, 2014 at 10:35 am
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