by Mrs Parsons
I used this cream on my 8 year old light oak kitchen cupboards, and they once again have the soft glow I loved when they were new. It is easy to use, only requires gentle buffing and smells lovely. As a bonus, my hands felt soft and supple after my cleaning session, even though I wasn't using gloves. I also used the Kitchen Cabinet Cream on my elderly and water marked knife block (beech) and bread bin (rubberwood). Although they are not yet 'like new' the water marks have faded significantly, and I think that they will improve further with another treatment or two.
Published 10 Feb 2014
DIDN'T BELIEVE IT WOULD WORK!”
I usually use strong kitchen sprays or sugar soap to remove the sticky, greasy build-up on my ancient wall cabinets. You can imagine what it does to my hands (I don't like rubber gloves!) and it takes ages. I had some of this cleaner in my cupboard for a year or so, it looked & smelled so mild I didn't think it would cope. Last week I tried it with a microfibre cloth and I can't believe how quickly and easily it removed the gunk! A quick buff with a soft cloth and now I have lovely shiny, smooth cupboard doors. (I even find myself stroking them as I can't believe they look so good...)
Published 23 Sep 2011
by Lorraine Allen
I have just cleaned my chestnut wood kitchen cupboards and was absolutely amazed how well this cream cleaned them...so I carried on cleaning my glass-fronted oven, microwave, metal "advertising" signs over the hob and everything came up gleaming (not a streak or smear in sight). It is truly a MAGIC cream and certainly not just for wood!
Published 06 Mar 2011
by Mrs Brown
Bought this on the recommendation of a friend and I was surprised it worked so well, cleaned up my cabinets and left a nice shine, not sure about the smell.
Published 01 Dec 2010
by Thelma Renton
I have tried all sorts of products on my kitchen cupboards but this one beat them all. It removed greasy specks easily and left the cabinets feeling clean and smooth. I was so impressed I took it to my daughter's house and cleaned her cupboards too!
Published 29 Jan 2010
I have some "inherited" cherry wood units which were dull and dark but I washed them down with Soapy wood cleaner and then used the "Kitchen cabinet cream" it is excellent and has given a depth to the wood grain bringing it back to life with a satin shine, I still don't like the units but at least they look good now.
Published 02 Jan 2010
by Mrs Smith
Having tried many other creams on my 20 year old antique pine kitchen cupboards with poor results, I decided to give this one a go. I am so glad I did as they have come up like new! The cream has a pleasant smell and little elbow grease was needed to get good results. My husband even noticed how shiny they were and like most men, he never notices anything!!
Published 29 Nov 2009
Not so good”
by Sophia Davidson
Dear Lakeland, I have tried this and as much as the labelling looked like its an old style formulation, it did not do a great job. It's always hard to know if you have a waxed finish or not, and this is no patch on the old orange glo wood polish (which I cant find anymore) that you used to sell that used to deal with the wax issue, I wont be trying the rest of the range. Not too happy with this one, think you can do better. Sophia
Published 16 Nov 2009
A note from the team: It's not nice to find out one of our products was not suitable but we'll do our best to straighten things up. I'll pass your suggestion on to our Buyers. We'll be in touch shortly to help.