Dutch Glow Amish Wood Milk Reviews
Review of Dutch Glow Amish Wood Milk, a product advertised as a way to clean, polish, and nourish wood products.
This wood furniture polish hit the airwaves in 2014 and went through several advertising pushes throughout the year. It is advertised as a 100 year old woodworkers formula, although this claim does not appear to be verified anywhere. As of late 2015, the product continues to occasionally advertise on television.
The product website is dutchglow.com.
Cost and Availability
If you purchase from the Dutch Glow website, the cost will be $10 plus S&P of $7.95. It is only sold in sets, so you will also have to pay another $7.95 shipping, along with a $2 “web surcharge” for a grand total of $27.90 for two bottles. A “jumbo micro fiber polishing cloth” is also included.
You can find Dutch Glow in stores for around $10 per bottle. This is a preferred way to obtain the product, as you can get it immediately without shipping delays or costs.
Claims and Features
- 12 oz bottle
- Works on any surface
- Cleans, polishes, nourishes
- Repels dust
- Developed from a 100 year old woodworker formula
- Reveals wood’s natural beauty
- Removes wax buildup, water rings, and scuff marks
- 30 day money back guarantee, less shipping
Dutch Glow Commercial
This is the ubiquitous Dutch Glow commercial which aired heavily throughout 2014.
Every since ads for Dutch Glow hit the airwaves in early 2014, reviews have steadily trickled in among the various review sites. In compiling reviews from all available sources, it appears that Dutch Glow averages about a 2.5 out of 5 star rating among hundreds of online reviews.
The typical negative review for Dutch Glow states that it does not work better than inexpensive wood cleaners such as Pledge, which can be purchased for under $5 in most stores. Other complaints refer to the billing and shipping problems associated with online ordering.
There are those customers who have expressed satisfaction with Dutch Glow, although these appear to be somewhat of a minority. You can find Dutch Glow in stores such as Bed Bath and Beyond, and purchasing locally will allow you to return the product easier if you’re not satisfied.
A second product in the Dutch Glow line, Dutch Glow Scratch Aide, was released and advertised throughout 2015.
Dutch Glow is an As Seen on TV wood polish which has been advertised heavily in 2014. Reviews are mixed, and it is unclear if this product truly delivers a superior performance over inexpensive wood cleaners.
If you have used Dutch Glow, please leave us a comment below and give it a star rating.
This review has been updated since its original publication in December 2014.