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HGP-Maintenance based on orange 500 ml

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Renovator wood-based natural orange for kitchen cabinets

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HGP MAINTENANCE ORANGE 500 ml


Properties and performance 
 
- Clean, degrease and renovates all types of wood: oak, pine, birch, beech, ebony, walnut, acacia, chestnut, fir, birch, sycamore, cypress, poplar, mahogany, teak ...
- Effective on all modern or ancient furniture, varnished and waxed.
- Releases a pleasant scent based orange.
- Removes grease, fingerprints and nicotine.
- Removes rings and water marks.
- Degreases perfect kitchen furniture without a trace.
- Nourishes and protects against aging.
- Do not leave a deposit on the substrate.
- Non-greasy.
- Anti-adhering to adhesives, varnishes, paints. 
 
Examples of application 
 
Kitchen : kitchen furniture varnish, tables and chairs,
laminated panels ...
Living room and dining : buffet, dresser, table, chairs,
parquet novelties ...
Bedroom : wardrobe, dresser, night table, wood bed, wooden floor ... 
 
Instructions 
Apply HGP renovator orange with a cloth or spray on the surface treated.
Let sit a few seconds or minutes depending on the dirt.
Shine with a soft, dry cloth.
For small areas directly permeate the cloth. For dusting, take a cloth impregnated with a few drops of HGP product maintenance.
Do not hesitate to repeat the operation 2 or 3 times if the stain is old or the round glasses.
On plastics make a preliminary test. The cherry wood is a delicate, cautious.

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