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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Spring Survival with Scott's Liquid Gold Giveaway

What do you first think of when you think about spring? Flowers? Easter? New Clothes? Cleaning?  I think of all of those.  They all have a common factor - a FRESH start.
Flowers pop up after a winters nap.  Easter celebrates the resurrection of Christ our Lord. New spring fashions come out and it's a time to freshen our wardrobes.  And even our energy is suddenly renewed and we get that inner urge to CLEAN.  Spring cleaning is a tradition. And what better products than Scott's Liquid Gold to help us get that deep clean that we're after this time of year.
Scott's Liquid Gold Wood Cleaner and Preservative, one of the America's most well-known and trusted brands, is proud to be celebrating their 61st Anniversary!! And they're offering a Spring Survival Kit to one lucky Cotton Pickin Cute reader. More on that below.

Their prices are very reasonable too:

Scott's Liquid Gold Wood Wash Concentrated $6.25
Scott's Liquid Gold Wood Cleaner and Preservative in an aerosol can $4.99
Scott's Liquid Gold Dust 'n Go $4.49
Scott's Liquid Gold Clean Screen $7.99

Just a few of the many uses of Scott's Liquid Gold:

I was surprised to learn just how many surfaces, besides wood that I could use Scott's Liquid Gold products on.  

To clean and restore:


  • Window screens
  • Metal or plastic office equipment
  • Window sills(wood, tile or aluminum
  • Stickers from bumpers, windows, appliances, etc.
  • Stainless Steel Silver, copper, chrome wrought iron, and brass items (wash thoroughly before using)
  • Gold irons
  • Chrome
  • Plexiglas
  • Gun stocks
  • Stained glass
  • Metal tools
  • Road tar from cars
  • Soap scum from shower doors and tiles (helps prevent buildup)
  • Plastic pots used in garden (outside surface only)
  • As a lubricant for:

    • Squeaky hinges
    • Household fans
    • Nuts and bolts
    • Bicycle chairs
  • Swivel chairs
  • Sliding door tracks
  • Garden hand tools
  • To clean and soften leather on:

    • Ball mitts
    • Hiking boots
    • Luggage
  • Saddles
  • Old/antique books
  • Dashboards
  • Other:

    • To clean and prevent rust on metal and wood garden and farm hand tools.
    Here's a little History and the Future of Scott's Liquid Gold:
    In 1951 the president's grandmother bought the Scott's Liquid Gold formula.  His dad then began batching and bottling the product in the family garage and selling it from the back of a station wagon.

    What is the secret to the success of Scott's Liquid Gold?
    Simple - it's based on developing the best, most innovative, reasonably priced products as well as an extreme dedication to innovation and customer service.

    Well they have come a long way from their garage and station wagon days.  Now they have a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, located in Denver, Colorado, which leads the industry!
    While still embracing the latest technology, communications and media, they still hold true to their roots and promise the same great products and service for the next 60 years and MORE...

    You can learn more about Scotts Liquid Gold here:

    http://www.scottsliquidgold.com/
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    My final thoughts of Scott's Liquid Gold:
    Neil and I spend a lot of time collecting and selling antique items. Many of those items are have beautiful wood like you see on phonograph below.  Condition, patina and finish of wood are everything in the world of antiques. So as you can imagine we're very particular about the products that we use to clean them.  I can honestly say that we wholeheartedly recommend Scott's Liquid Gold on not only the wood but the brass and nickle as well.  I was surprised to learn that Scott's Liquid Gold Wood Wash Concentrated is even safe to use on my refrigerator! And it works great, just look at how clean it looks!! And who knew that they had a product like Screen Clean for my valuable electronics?
    So if you'd like to get your spring cleaning on just use the Giveaway Tools form below to enter:

    Would you like more chances to win a SLG Spring Survival Kit?  You're in luck because Julie over at Mamawj's Moment Away is hosting a giveaway just like mine.  Click HERE to go to Julie's and enter.

    I urge you, first of all, to pray for all people.  Ask God to help them; intercede on their behalf, and give thanks for them.
    ~ 1 Timothy 4:2

    46 comments:

    1. Yes, I have the urge and the biggest project would be cleaning up our closets

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    2. entered Dial hand soap giveaway at Mamawj's

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    3. I like to deep clean in the spring when the weather starts getting warmer and my favorite thing is cleaning the windows inside and outside to let in the light, big job but I always feel good when it is done. Another job, I do yearly and usually in spring is washing down of my kitchen cabinets, I cook with gas so they get tacky sticky, I bet this Liquid Gold may help with this problem.

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    4. My biggest problem is cleaning the kitchen cabinets.

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    5. entered Scott's Liquid Gold giveaway at Mamawj's

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    6. Oh yes! I get the urge to clean in the Spring. Right now it is getting my windows clean from the dust storm that I had before winter hit. They look awful. And the rugs need to be cleaned, and I could go on and on! Got to get into Spring Cleaning!

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    7. I entered Julie Cutshaw's Scotts Liquid Gold Giveaway on 3/20/2014

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    8. My husband asked a lady from our Church to come help clean. I think it was more to help her out (financially), than to help us. The whole house needs a good Spring cleaning, but my biggest project is going through my Mother's belongings. I'm hoping to win this fabulous prize so I can give it to my husband to use ;) Thanks for the giveaway.

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    9. I do have the urge to spring clean. My biggest cleaning problem is everything in the kitchen from the stove to the cabinets.

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    10. I entered the #NBC American #DreamBuilders #Giveaway #Win a $50 #Lowe’s #Giftcard 4/1 #USA on 3/22/2014.

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    11. I always clean like is spring cleaning, The biggest project would be cleaning the washer and dryer, does two I only do once a year, so I guess that's my spring cleaning really lol. Hate doing those 2

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    12. Yes I do every year for some reason.
      Theresa N
      weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    13. Yes, I do. My biggest project would be washing all the windows. It really makes a difference! LOL

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    14. We have the urge and have begun cleaning cupboards, painting, etc

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    15. Would love something that would clean my fridge like that! Thanks for the giveaway

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    16. Would love something that would clean my fridge like that! Thanks for the giveaway

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    17. I get my urge to "spring" clean in the fall.

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    18. The rugs and couches, I want to make sure they are really vacuumed and cleaned good

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    19. Some years I do have the urge, this doesn't prove to be one of them. Biggest challenge, dusting all the items up on a 3/4 wall I have. It displays from my sister's and I's wicker doll buggy and Dad's handmade doll house to Train Lanterns to a cow skull and more.

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    20. I entered Julies Purex Crystals Contest ♥

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    21. I need to clean my kitchen cabinets as they are grimey.

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    22. my biggest cleaning project in spring is windows.

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    23. I entered Julie's NBC American Dream Builders Giveaway

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    24. I entered mamawj's Lowes giveaway again

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    25. Yes, I want to clean. The garage is the worst challenge.

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    26. No urges here....DH does most of the cleaning!

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    27. Yes, I have the urge to Spring clean. My biggest cleaning chore is cleaning all our windows.

      abfantom at yahoo dot com

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    28. yes I always want to clean in spring time and my biggest thing is my kids rooms.I have to organize and get rid of old stuff and winter stuff.

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    29. I do not have a big urge to clean in the Spring. I wish I did! My biggest cleaning issue is the baseboards.

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    30. I entered mamawj's Lowes giveaway 3/31

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    31. I like a product that puts some new life into my old furniture

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    32. I definitely have big urges to deep clean in the spring. My biggest project? The whole home - and I'm talking every nook and corner!

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    33. I'm really excited about spring cleaning. I guess the biggest project is putting away all the winter clothes and washing and bringing out the spring/summer clothes.
      Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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    34. I entered mamawj's Lowes giveaway

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    35. Yes I get the urge main thing is clearing a lot of winter clothing/gear clutter

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    36. Mine is cleaning the house out.

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    37. Entered Julie's Scotts Liquid Gold giveaway

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    38. I do! Windows are probably my biggest project. But I actually cleaned out my dishwasher today and that may be the grossest project yet! Yuck!

      coriwestphal at msn dot com

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    39. I entered the Old Country Buffet giveaway at MamawJ's!

      coriwestphal at msn dot com

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    40. I definitely have the urge to clean, but the energy is lacking a bit these days!

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