- Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 4.8 x 10.1 inches ; 2.2 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
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- ASIN: B0006ZHCK0
- UPC: 070481011062 885352833601 885579921457 885848910090 885369112348 885614838245 640206459426 070481011635 885781041929 885190592029 885728443410 748209011068 885798882447 885929599091 070481011024
- Item model number: 134005
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (208 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,897 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
Murphy's Oil Soap, 32-Ounce
- R3 Redistribution
- 98% naturally-derived ingredients
- Cleans to a natural shine
- Murphy brand trushted for over 100 years
Murphy Oil Soap safely cleans finished wood and other household surfaces without leaving a dull residue.
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Top Customer Reviews
It is made in the USA by Colgate-Palmolive Company and has been around for over 100 years. During that time it has amassed a multitude of on label as well as off label uses. Here are some of those uses, but remember that Murphy Oil Soap is concentrated and should be DILUTED WITH WATER before using (add ¼ to ½ of a cup of Murphy Oil Soap to one gallon of water for mopping or add 2 Tbsp. to a 32 FL OZ spray bottle of water):
ON THE LABEL SUGGESTED USES:
Removes grease, grime, wax and dirt buildup with no rinsing required from:
*Finished Wood Surfaces: Wood floors, cabinets, tables & chairs, wood paneling, laminate floors, bookcases.
*Non-Wood Surfaces: No-wax floors, ceramic tile, painted surfaces, laundry stains, cars, vinyl.
SOME OFF LABEL USES:
2 Tbsp. of Murphy Oil Soap added to a a 32 FL OZ spray bottle of water can be used for:
*Cleaning leather (I use it to clean my leather furniture, purses, and shoes, but it can be used to clean horse tack such as bridles and saddles, etc.)
*Cleaning dried on kitchen/food splatter with very little effort (it seemingly melts away). I have found nothing better for this purpose. It easily cleans microwaves, refrigerators, kitchen garbage cans, etc. and leaves them looking like new.
*Cleaning #2 (feces) off of toilet seats, walls, etc. in bathrooms (public or otherwise).Read more ›
I just discovered Murphy's Oil Soap about a month ago. I was looking for a good wood cleaner that has been tried and trusted, so I decided to give Murphy's a try. I had a new, wood table that I built and after cleaning it with Murphy's Oil Soap, I was very happy with the results!
Of all things, my little kitten helped me discover other uses for Murphy's. While working through some litter box training issues, my kitten had accidently made a boo-boo on my leather dinning room chair. Murphy's Oil Soap was the only cleaner I had available. I diluted some of Murphy's Oil Soap in a spray bottle filled with water. I sprayed the diluted Murphy's Oil Soap right on the leather chair, and using paper towels, cleaned it up. I reapplied it again spraying all over the chair and wiped it clean with paper towels again. WOW! to my surprise, it cleaned my leather chair perfectly! You would never in a million years guess that anything ever soiled my chair. It cleaned up all the mess and the odor was gone!
So, I thought, hum.. If Murphy's can clean that, how will it do on my counters, stove top, refrigerator door, sinks, and such..That very same day I used it to clean my whole house and it worked like magic! Cleaned, everything, cut grease, and left a fresh, clean sent. So now, I no longer buy any other cleaner. I only use Murphy's Oil Soap, diluted in a spray bottle for all my household cleaning!
I've also used Murphy's Oil Soap diluted in a spray bottle to soak pots and pans with stuck-on, baked on food. I only had to soak it a few moments and it lifted it right off. I keep a small spray bottle next to the sink and I use it to clean the dishes off before I put them in the dish washer.Read more ›
Please keep in mind that this product IS NOT a floor wax, It is a natural oil cleaner. We have found that with its continual use that our floors maintain their original hand finished luster. The wood does not dry out nor is any of the finish on the floors ever removed, which by the way, many like products will do from time to time, depending upon the material used and the finish.
There are a couple of things to note about this product. First...never every too much of the stuff, a wee bit of this product goes a long, long way. If you do not follow the directions on the bottle and follow it precisely, i.e. adding too much cleaner to the water, then you could quite well have a mess on your hands in the form of a very oily and somewhat sticky residue. The old thought that "if a little works, then a lot should work even better," does not apply here so take warning! Second, if you have wooden cabinets, in particularly wooden cabinets with some of the newer finishes on them, you might want to test a small out of the way area first. If you use too much of this stuff, i.e. poor it on straight out of the bottle like a neighbor of ours did, then you risk ruining the finish of your wood work. This is really not the fault of the product; no, it is the fault of the user not following directions.
It should also be noted that this product SHOULD NOT be used on an unstained or unwaxed or unfinished wood surface. It is after all, water based and will make a mess of untreated or improperly treated wood.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The best thing about Murphy's Oil Soap? It doesn't smell like chemicals and synthetic perfume. Seems to help clean the floors better than just water, though I've never tested that... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Stefan J. Smagula
Very nice chemical, it's exceptional fo cleaning wood and to bring out the woods luster, it also covers and disguises small scratches and defects, this is the best stuff you can... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Endevour32
No complaints. I use it as a natural insect repellent on my plants.. aphids were destroying my rose bushes. Good price.Published 2 months ago by Christopher D. Hopkins
I purchased this soap to wash our dog. It works great - refreshes the coat, doesn't leave residue, doesn't cause dryness and itchiness. And fur feels very silky. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Iryna V. Boehland
I once rented a place with old wood floors. When I decided to move out, I washed them with Murphy's. The landlord wanted to know if I had the floors refinished! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Francie