20 responses to Amish Wood Milk Cleaner
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    Mary Miller
    Comment on What is Amish Wood Milk? (September 26th, 2014 at 07:22)

    I’m as skeptical as you,Erik!

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    Gayle Grabowski
    Comment on What is Amish Wood Milk? (September 26th, 2014 at 08:15)

    Erik, thanks for this post, because I have received emails promoting this product. Like you, I could not find solid evidence that this is a product produced by the Amish. Neither the wood furniture shop nor any of the general goods stores owned by the Amish in Orleans County, New York carry this product. I would be interested in knowing if the product is as good as its marketing!

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      Comment on Amish Wood Milk Cleaner (September 26th, 2014 at 08:58)

      It’s sold by a direct marketing company out of Tarrytown, NY. They also sell the Neckline Slimmer, Bedazzler, and something called Floam.

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        Comment on Dutch Glow Furniture Cleaner (September 27th, 2014 at 13:39)

        Hi Erik, this comment has nothing to do with the post, but I would like to subscribe to ‘Die Botschaft’ newspaper but I can’t seem to find the number for it anywhere. Do you happen to know it?

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          Comment on Amish Wood Milk - Dutch Glow (September 28th, 2014 at 15:55)

          Hi Allison, I don’t know how Elam handles phone orders, but here is the contact info, at the least you’ll have the address to snail-mail it:

          Die Botschaft
          420 Weaver Road
          Millersburg, PA 17061

          Editor: Elam Lapp

          Phone: 717.433.4417

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    Alice M Aber
    Comment on I use it! (September 26th, 2014 at 08:57)

    I use it!


    I have actually purchased and used this product. Whether it is really in any way connected to the Amish or not, it is a good product. I bought it because I needed something to bring back the luster in some old wood furniture and had been trying several products. I found this on a special bargain and picked up a bottle to try it. Didn’t really give much thought to the alleged Amish connection, I would have tried it if it was called, “Dingleberries wood cleaner”, LOL.

    I don’t much like companies who exploit the Amish to gain sales and I cannot say if this one is or not as I had not researched it. But I have to say, it does do a good job.

    Blessings, Alice

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    Brad of the Brethren
    Comment on Wood Milk (September 26th, 2014 at 10:16)

    Wood Milk

    I too, like Alice, use this stuff and I also could not find any Amish connection. I was skeptical when I bought it as to whether or not there was any link. I use this on all my antique furniture and it does a good job and I will from now on refer to it as “Amish Milk”

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    Gayle Grabowski
    Comment on Thanks Alice! (September 26th, 2014 at 10:20)

    Thanks Alice!

    Thanks Alice! I will have to try this product, as I am not having much success with other products, and I do not want to strip and varnish the centry-old woodwork in my house.

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    Naomi Wilson
    Comment on What is Amish Wood Milk? (September 26th, 2014 at 10:59)

    I have a fridge full of “Amish” milk. Maybe I should rub it on all my wood furniture. Floors too, while I’m at it. Or maybe not.

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    Mark – Holmes Co.
    Comment on What is Amish Wood Milk? (September 26th, 2014 at 11:05)

    Look for this product in your local store. It should be beside the Baptist Bees Wax and the Catholic Leather Cleaner. 🙂 Actually, if it really does work good on wood, I’ll have to try it on our older pieces of furniture. When I saw this post I thought of “almond milk” for some reason, but apparently this is not for human consumption. Grin!

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    Alice M Aber
    Comment on What is Amish Wood Milk? (September 26th, 2014 at 11:30)

    I bought mine on collectionsetc.com I was ordering some solar lights and they have an “as seen on TV” category. As it happens this was on there and on a special 2 for $10. I was already getting free shipping because of the lights I had ordered so it worked out well. It does clean build up of furniture polish, dirt and grim pretty well.

    There is no list of ingredients on the bottle and other than the name it does not say anything about the Amish on the bottle either.

    Gayle, if you have bubbled up varnish on your woodwork try a little denatured alcohol. That will smooth it out. It actually softens the varnish, so it will be sticky for a while until it dries. I would suggest trying it in a small out of the way place first to see how it will work.


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      Gayle Grabowski
      Comment on Amish Wood Milk Cleaner (September 29th, 2014 at 09:13)

      Thanks Alice for the tip!

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    Comment on I wondered about this stuff (September 26th, 2014 at 11:52)

    I wondered about this stuff

    I had seen an ad for this recently and wondered about it. I wondered: 1) is it any good and 2)do the Amish have anything to do with it? So now I know: 1) Yes, it is a good product and 2) Who knows for sure? (But probably not)

    Learn something from this site every time I check in.

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    Comment on What is Amish Wood Milk? (September 26th, 2014 at 12:22)

    Wal-Mart sells Amish Wood Milk in the “As Seen On TV” area of the store. It sells for $9.97. Have never tried it but I know it sure sells well. Don’t know if it’s because it really works or because of the word Amish attached to it.

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      Comment on Buying Dutch Glow Amish Wood Milk in stores (September 28th, 2014 at 16:00)

      Buying Dutch Glow Amish Wood Milk in stores

      I can’t say anything about how it works but on the first review page I linked above there are something like 185 reviews for Amish Wood Milk. It seems the negative ones focus more on the unexpectedly high shipping charges and other billing practices though there are some comments on how the product works as well. They do suggest this can be purchased in stores.

      This reminded me that we had a saying when I was in sales, “a happy customer will tell one person, an unhappy customer will tell 10.” 🙂

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    Jerry L
    Comment on What is Amish Wood Milk? (September 26th, 2014 at 15:02)

    I’ve seen this product on the shelves of several “Amish” tourist traps in the Lancaster, Pa area. I’ve also seen it in a small retail chain that caters to the Amish and Plain People. I think it’s called Goody’s or Goods. There is one in the Northeastern Lebanon area and one in the Epharta area. I can also find it in two true Amish stores in Synder County, Pa. and one in Newville, Cumberland Co, Pa.
    I’ve never tried it but always assumed it was the real deal.

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    at Stewart
    Comment on Perhaps we shall see... (October 7th, 2014 at 12:54)

    Perhaps we shall see...

    I’ve sent them an email asking for the ingredients and the size of the bottle (which they also don’t talk about. Will let you know.

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    Dee C
    Comment on hummmm (April 26th, 2016 at 13:53)


    Sorry, not impressed..Used on old well kept wood furniture and some Amish furniture also, left my wood dull and streaked…

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    Elizabeth Ward
    Comment on RE: AMISH WOOD MILK (June 20th, 2016 at 12:08)


    The sprayer broke on the bottle I purchased. Can’t find an 800# to call to get a sprayer for the full bottle. Anyone know how to contact DUCTCH GLOW directly? Says SAS group, Ince. Tarrytown, NY

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