A lot of people in the last few years have said, “Scott’s Liquid Gold, yeah, I know what it is. My mother has a can under her kitchen sink.” That is not the best place for it. It works great on so many things. Scott’s Liquid Gold is a little like WD-40. Try it on a squeaky door or office chair to lubricate and quiet the squeak. It works to shine and polish popular stainless steel appliances. This time of year, it is great for relieving the cracked dry appearance of wood cabinets and furniture. Look deep under the kitchen sink. Many of you probably have a can of Scott’s Liquid Gold. There is a reason why you do and your mom probably have one. It works. As we head into the fall and the approaching holiday season, we are all cleaning more. You need Scott’s Liquid Gold. If you don’t have a can; it might be time to get one.
Scott’s Liquid Gold has been a proud American manufacturer for more than 58 years. Originally sold door-to-door, Scott’s Liquid Gold was purchased by a widow in 1951 for $350. Her three sons bottled it and labeled it by hand in their garage in Denver, CO for many years. Oldest son Jerry loved Liquid Gold and began leading the charge to make it a household name. As a wood cleaner and preservative, it is the Gold Standard in complete wood care. Use it on all fine wood furniture, cabinets, antiques, paneling, baseboards and trim. While many American companies are struggling in these difficult times, tried and true products like Scott’s Liquid Gold are stronger than ever! Try some and find out why Scott’s Liquid Gold has been the gold standard in wood care for more than 58 years.