For many Filipino families, our wooden furniture at home mean more than just household necessities, as we associate them to longevity and sentimental values. Do you still remember the hearty conversations shared at your family’s wooden dining table? We bet you still keep your lolo and lola’s precious cabinet at home.

Don’t you want these wooden furniture—and the many special moments associated with them—to be part of your lasting memories?

If your answer is ‘yes’, you can protect and preserve your prized wooden furniture by using Jardine Distribution, Inc.’s (JDI) Woodshine Furniture Polish by Solignum.

Woodshine protects wooden benches, tables, chairs, desks and cabinets from dirt, smudges, and light surface scratches, allowing these to remain as fine and delicate as the day you acquired them.

Bearing the heritage of Superbrand-recognized timber expert Solignum, Woodshine is a furniture polish that is formulated to preserve the natural beauty of your furniture. It is a special liquid emulsion with a wax-based formula that has anti-static property. This creates a natural barrier that repels dust particles and grime, prevents smudges and light scratches, and even removes coffee and water stains.

Unlike other brands in the market, Woodshine has no strong and irritating odor—just a pleasant, mild lemon scent.

Woodshine can be applied on all varnished, laminated, and treated wooden furniture like chairs, tables, and cabinets. It can also be used on other common surfaces like leather, vinyl, and stainless tabletops.

Since Woodshine has no anti-termite property, JDI recommends the use of Solignum wood preservative before painting and finishing to protect the timber from the infestation of termites, wood borers, and fungi.

Available in 150mL and 330mL aerosol cans, Woodshine can be purchased at Rustan’s Supermarket, Marketplace, Shopwise, Robinsons Builders, and Wilcon Depot stores nationwide.

For more information, visit www.jardinedistribution.com.ph.

Preserve Your Well-Loved Wooden Furnitures with Woodshine
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