Posted by Lee Anne Auerhan (184.108.40.206) on November 18, 2003 at 22:12:36:
Dear Dr. Woodwell:
I am intrigued by the description of results with your product. As I read through the entries, I keep thinking of more items I have around the house which could potentially benefit.
No. One: various Asian style black laquer tables and dressers which belonged to my great-aunt are dirty and dull, as well as several light water spots. Would your product be the answer to cleaning and restoring these items.
No. Two: circa-1950's Eames black leather and (?)chrome-footed living room chair and ottoman. The leather has small cracks. The wood on the back of the backrest portion has residue and marks from tape someone put there!! And I am missing one of the small round screw-on pieces where the legs meet the floor.
No. Three: Black leather on a dining room chair had something applied to the leather which was supposed to make the leather shiny (I think). Anyway it never dried and the chair is now just sticky and dust-covered.
No. Four: Dark brown heavy wooden chest of drawers (I am not sure of wood or finish--mahogany/laquer or shellac?) has a bad water stain on top.
No. Five: I think after-shave lotion was splashed on the front of a cedar chest with shiny finish and removed the finish at that spot.
I am sure I can find more as I start to think about it. Do you think your product might be helpful in any of these cases? How would you recommend that I proceed?
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