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  • Admittedly I had a full bottle of Pledge still at the house but these looked really convenient so I decided to try them anyway
  • I paid a little over $4.00 for an 18 count box of these things and my hope was that they would work just as good as my old fashioned dust cloth and pledge spray
  • My issue with these wipes was that they were just too wet
  • However, I decided not to use the wipes again when I noticed that no matter how much I tried to wipe and buff the excess pledge off the surface of my wooden furniture it just would not come off
  • I would not recommend the Pledge Lemon Furniture Polish Wipes to anyone who likes to clean house in an effective and timely manner


    • by webgirl40
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      Before trying Old English I was an avid Pledge user. I really liked most products put out by Pledge and tried to always try them and send the company an e-mail letting them know what I thought. I saw these cloths at Walmart for the first time about a year ago and decided that I just had to try them. Admittedly I had a full bottle of Pledge still at the house but these looked really convenient so I decided to try them anyway. I paid a little over $4.00 for an 18 count box of these things and my hope was that they would work just

      as good as my old fashioned dust cloth and pledge spray.

      I could not wait to break out the Pledge Polish Wipes the next time I dusted my furniture. I have to say that originally I really liked the idea of the wipes rather then the rag and spray. However after using them I much preferred my rag and spray can. My issue with these wipes was that they were just too wet. Do not get me wrong I am a believer in applying dusting polish liberally but these wipes just took it too far. They wee so wet that I had t get another cloth to wipe up the ...


      • mess that they left on my furniture. That completely defeated the purpose of the pre-moistened cloth to me. However, I decided not to use the wipes again when I noticed that no matter how much I tried to wipe and buff the excess pledge off the surface of my wooden furniture it just would not come off. I ended up having to get some wood soap and clean the furniture to get the stuff off. I decided that although I am a fan of the original Pledge spray can, I despise those wipes and I will not use them again.

        I would not recommend the Pledge Lemon Furniture Polish Wipes

        to anyone who likes to clean house in an effective and timely manner. These wipes only add to the work that must be done and to me that is not worth it. These wipes are not worth what I paid for them and frankly I just threw the box away after one use. Like I said I use Old English now, but if I did ever decide to go back to pledge I most certainly would not use those wipes again. I can honestly say that whether it be Pledge or Old English a plain dust rag and bottle of polish are just fine for me. I will not use wipes again.




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