If you have wood furniture, you're going to love this stuff.
I use it all the time on our family room coffee table, which sees a lot of activity and gets dull and scratched on top after a while:
I thought I would give it a try on the Henredon end tables I picked up the other day, because someone (ahem, Mom) is insisting that it would be a crime to paint them. Here are some before shots:
And some after shots:
There are still plenty of dings, but it does give the finish a brighter shine, and darkens any scratches or small nicks. I am still not sure that I'm not going to paint them, but they look better, and it was worth the 20 minutes of effort. (When I use it on my coffee table it takes 30 seconds, but there were a lot of angles and corners to get into.) I am also concerned that if I don't paint them, they're not going to coordinate very well with the teak chairs in the living room. I'll tell you more about them tomorrow.