Endust dusting spay is your best bet for quickly cleaning wood furniture. The no-wax formula removes dust, soil, fingerprints and more from practically any surface. Plus, the convenient aerosol can allows for quick and easy use. Use this furniture cleaning spray on any sealed wood surface.
You can use Endust® Professional Furniture Cleaning and Dusting Spray as often as needed without leaving behind any unsightly residue. That's because Endust dusting free is wax free, so it doesn't deposit any residue to build up over time. You can trust Endust to deliver superior furniture cleaning performance without damage your beautiful wood furniture.
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|Global Product Type||Cleaners & Detergents-Dusting Solution|
|Applicable Material||Finished/Sealed Wood|
|Chemical Compound||Perfluorinated Sulfonate|
|Dirt Types||Dander; Dust; Fingerprints; Mites; Pollen; Smudges|
|Capacity (Volume)||15 oz|
|Compliance Standards||LEED Applicable|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Special Features||Value Pack|
Thank you for your great question about Endust® Professional Cleaning and Dusting Spray.
Endust® is made with oil, so you shouldn't apply it before staining. Stains and paints will not properly adhere.
You can use a small amount of pure mineral spirits or paint thinner to clean your desks between coats with most wood finishes. A little on a rag or cloth goes a long way. However, I recommend you contact the manufacturer of your finish first, just to be on the safe side.
Hope this answers your question!