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Clean Smarter Not Harder Using Touch of Oranges Wood Cleaner and Wood Preserver

Don’t strip those old finishes on your kitchen cabinets, exterior doors, or water-damaged wood in the bathroom.  Instead join our wood restoration expert, Steve, to learn how to clean and refinish all of your wood surfaces and make them look like new - fresh, preserved and fingerprint free.  Steve has demonstrated how to apply Touch of Orange and Beeswax for years, and he can show you how to transform your wood surfaces into works of art, especially those family antiques.

 Have questions?  Make a list and then come to a free demonstration. Steve starts by messing up a cabinet door to its original state of grime and grease.  Then, he cleans the wood free of fingerprints, applies the Touch of Beeswax, and finishes by buffing the surface with a terry cloth towel to a beautiful luster, sealed and moisturized.  If for you seeing is believing, then check out the before and after results on the antique clock in our booth. 

And when you are at the Touch of Oranges booth (#294) located on Second Avenue in the Exhibit Hall - make sure to ask about our new hard water stain remover, Bring It On Cleaner.  This product cleans shower doors, windows, grout and tile and much more.  Be sure to get your free sample and take advantage of our show specials!




Bored with those blow up lawn decorations for the holidays? Tired of unplugging each night?

Let Dab of Paint create a whimsical and fun filled display for your lawn.  Our wood cut outs are hand drawn, individually created for that one of a kind look and no two are exactly alike!

 Come to the Dab of Paint Booth #217-218 on Sixth Avenue in the Exhibit Hall where cut outs for fall, winter, spring and summer will be on display.

Artist: Dennis A. Barigian                               559-760-8771

Local Visalia boys, Jacob and Jared Ross, clean up with a bubbly business, Soaptacular.   After their Dad taught them to make soap for family use, Jacob and Jared learned the process of building a business the right way: obtaining permits, paying taxes, marketing, and researching their product.

Soaptacular specializes in handmade soaps, scrubs, and bath products made from scratch using quality and natural ingredients.  Stop by Booth #216 on Sixth Avenue in the Exhibit Hall and meet these young entrepreneurs!