The most common question I get when delivering a restored piece of furniture is “what should I use to take care of it”.
In most cases my answer is – “You can use the same product I use in the shop – Rosini’s Furniture Preservative and Rejuvenator”.
Technically the new label says American Furniture Preservative and Rejuvenator (with Rosini logo). Yes, the original product name has changed a little, but most important is that the product itself is the same.
I easily get tongue tied, so I usually refer to it as Rosini’s Rejuvenator.
I use Rosini’s Rejuvenator here at the restoration shop because it simply revives old finishes like no other product. It also has a lot of other practical uses when restoring furniture, but I won’t bore you with that kind of stuff here.
You probably came to this page because you’ve already heard of this great furniture polish, or because you want to re-order.
Rosini’s Rejuvenator is still produced by Floyd Rosini and is available in 3 sizes. Floyd is now in North Carolina and you can order through his business Kingdom Restorations Ltd.
The links below will take you to his product page.
Made with only the finest ingredients, without harsh solvents, silicone, or waxes; this furniture preservative is the perfect wood polish. Rosini’s furniture polish penetrates deeply to enhance the figure of wood grain and to gently clean away those dulling layers of old wax, polish and sandwiched dirt.
- Easy to use: wipe on, wipe off
- Excellent wood polish and preservative
- Removes wax build up
- Removes mildew & water marks
- No gummy build up
- 3 Convenient sizes
It takes only one application to see the difference.