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Need to find Hawes Lemon Oil



A. If you are patient, someone in your city will sell a bottle with marketplace with content inside. I managed to obtain 2 liters from different bottles filtered. Then, like you are making coffee, wash the insides withacetone [on eBay or Amazon]then soap and water, clear coat the label and clean the cap. With a brass machine find a leak proof material from another cap. And voala and you may find oil that was made between 1885 And 1940.
I used many for mostly guitars.

Hector tamm
- Toronto, ontario canada
August 2, 2022




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Q. Need to find Hawes Lemon Oil To clean my furniture.

Bernice Girard
Home Maker - Windsor, Ontario, Canada
March 28, 2008



Q. I am also trying to find where to get a supply of Hawes lemon oil for wood treatment. I have a collection of antique wood clocks that desperately need oiling and the best product I have used in the past is Hawes. If anyone knows where to find this product, either in Canada or the U.S. please let me know. Much appreciated, Darrell.

Darrell Doige
- Lasalle, Quebec, Canada
April 28, 2008



Q. I need Hawes Lemon Oil to polish my fine furniture.

Eleanor Smith
housewife - Windsor, Ontario, Canada
October 6, 2008



"Old English" Lemon Oil 3-pack
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A. Hi, folks. I think you'll discover that "Hawes" doesn't exist anymore, that it's become "Old English" lemon oil, at least in the USA.

Regards,

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Striving to live Aloha
finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey
November 3, 2008


A. Re Hawes Oil and Hawes Scratch Cover. These Products were distributed through Boyle - Midway, On a search I did, I found the cleaning product line shut down in mid 1987. I hope this answers your question, it was a great product. I am finally throwing out my last bottle at time of this posting.

Thank You

Aaron

Aaron Walcot
- Scarborough, Ontario - Canada
March 3, 2011



Q. Where can I find the lemon oil in New Brunswick ?

frances cyr
- New Brunswick Canada
March 2, 2017


A. I lived in Toronto and used Hawes furniture polish since the 1980s, but moved to Texas. I couldn't find it in the U.S., so had a Canadian friend send it to me. In the 1990s, he told it wasn't available anymore and that Old English was the replacement. You can get that in Canada and the U-S, but I'm not sure if it's the same, under a different name.

C Reynolds
- DALLAS, Texas, USA
July 8, 2018


A. If you are looking for Lemon Oil furniture polish, "Old English Lemon Oil" [affil links] is your solution. The product is available both in Canada and the USA.

Bob Aubertin
- Montreal, QC, Canada
May 11, 2019


A. Well I just bought Hawes Lemon Oil at Home Depot in Canada. The scratch cover for dark woods by the same company is not available in Canada or at least I cannot find it. It is available at Walmart in the US.

Isabel Howell
- Cambridge, Ontario, Canada
August 5, 2019



thumbs up sign  Thanks Isabel.
"Old English" brand name is owned by Reckitt Benckiser; I don't know who owns the Hawes trade name. I think C Reynolds from Dallas made an important implication: "meatball whoring", selling/licensing rights to well-known trade name "meatballs" (logos) is such a commonplace that there's probably not much reason to believe that another brand isn't just as good as an old brand you remember; it might even be closer in formulation to the original.

Regards,

pic of Ted Mooney
Ted Mooney, P.E. RET
Striving to live Aloha
finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey
August 2019




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