fear no mess with method® wood for good® daily clean.
keeping your birch beautiful and your pine pristine is easy with our wood for good® daily clean. a quick spray and a wipe with a soft cloth is all it takes to say bye-bye to dust and hello to the subtly sweet scent of almonds. but with so much wood in the house, there are bound to be a few pieces that you forget to clean. so here’s checklist of some less obvious (but still important) sealed* wooden surfaces that deserve to be looked after.
your sofa would be floored without them, but their low-lying location makes them easy to forget. show those legs some love.
the artwork may catch your eye, but the frame catches nothing but dust. a quick wipe and it’ll be pretty as a picture again.
hidden in plain sight, this wooden workhorse gets grabbed all day long by people rushing up and down the stairs. so, go ahead and give it a helping hand.
COFFEE TABLE SHELF
the top of your coffee table may be cleaned and cared for, but what about the shelf underneath? don’t leave it to catch crumbs.
BEDPOSTS + HEADBOARDS
if your bed is looking a little tired, an occasional clean with wood for good® can bring some lost luster back to the bedroom.
SHUTTERS + BLINDS
you’d rather look out the window than stare at the shutters. no wonder this is a real blind spot when it comes to dust and dirt.
BABY’S HIGH CHAIR
after a messy meal you always give baby a good wipe. it’s a good idea to do the same to junior’s dining seat.
it’s easy to ignore that silent spinning above your head. but those hard-working blades could use a regular rub-down.
a coat rack plays its part in keeping your home clean and tidy. don’t forget to return the favor once and a while.
despite the fact these guys are often in the spotlight, we sometimes forget that they need a little shine too.
*not sure what we mean by sealed? wood furnishings are typically sealed with a protective coating like shellac, varnish or wax. keep in mind that even if something is stained, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s sealed. stain only changes the color of the wood; it does not make the surface any more water repellent. we do not recommend using wood for good® on raw, unsealed wood surfaces.