I have always loved pledge furniture polish with the lemon scent. It works great on all wood surfaces and it also helps to keep the dust from sticking in between polishes. I use pledge about once a week on all of my wood surfaces. It makes them shine and look clean and fresh. I like the clean lemon scent left behind. Its not over bearing but it leaves the room lightly scented and adds to the over all freshness a room gets from a good cleaning. It is great for anything that is wood including wooden picture frames, ceiling fan blades, wooden chair backs, leather surfaces including the car and the dash of the car, it also works well on stainless steel! I have found extra uses of pledge and I'm always discovering more that I can use it for. It keeps things much shinier then other products made for wood and I don't feel like it makes my stuff feel greasy and I don't detect any residue left behind like what happens when using oil for wood. It brings back the luster of new wood and I like that I can touch things after and not feel oil or grease. I have tried lots of other wood polishes, but I'm a big pledge fan. It works great and there really are no drawbacks other then it is pricey. A little goes a long way and it works better by spraying directly on a rag or cloth rather then spraying directly on the surface to be cleaned. That way it's evenly applied and no worry about using too much. I defiantly recommend using pledge lemon furniture polish because it works well, it keeps the wood nice between cleanings, a can lasts a long time, and it's a tried and true brand that's been around for a very long time. Most stores carry the pledge brand and it's affordable. If your like me and like to experiment, I'm sure you will also find many other uses for the pledge too. I even use it on my mud jeep after I wash it. It's not for painted surfaces but it really makes my black jeep sparkle! I always have a can on hand and don't let it run out at my house. Everyone should have a can!