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yHaving read my recent posts you now know about Heritage Leathercare – who makes it, where it is made, how to use it, etc.and some suggestions of what to use it on. I have told you where you can purchase it but it might be helpful if I gave you my contact details. You can reach me by phone on 07967 139636 but please do this during office hours ie 9.00am to 5.00pm. You can also email me at email@example.com For those of you who prefer post, my address is DCK Services (Heritage Polish), The Technocentre, Puma Way, Coventry, CV1 2TT Please note, The Technocentre is part of Coventry University so you cannot purchase products there.
One other thing to tell you is the sizes. Heritage Woodcare comes in three sizes, 500ml, 1itre, and 2 litre
Now, having told you what I think is the basics, where do you use it. Well, it is really great on wood floors – natural woods and laminates. I do know about using it on using it on wood floors as in my own home the hall and lounge do have oak parquet floors, These were covered in carpets when we moved in and when I took this up intending to replace it I revealed this wonderful parquet floor. It took a great deal of cleaning and to complete the job I used green scotchbrite scouring pads soaked in Heritage Woodcare to scrub the floor. In the process of scrubbing the floor I noticed that the black marks caused by bitumen oozing up between the tiles were also removed.
After scrubbing, the floor required some restoration as some of the tiles were missing (that is how I I found out the floor was oak!) Now all I do is mop the floor using Heritage Woodcare about once every six weeks and sweep between mopping .I did say Heritage Woodcare is easy to use!
Also don’t forget to use your Heritage on your wood furniture. As I say, it is easy to use and will clean and polish your furniture at the same time and, unlike wax polishes, it will not leave any buildup no matter how often you use it. Indeed, Heritage Woodcare removes the buildup caused by silicones, waxes, grease and grime.