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(polish)
To make a tooth or dental restoration smoother and glossier, usually by the action of friction.
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With many consumers having new flooring, furniture and/or footwear, consumers will become increasingly interested in high-quality polishes as they seek to protect their new purchases and maintain their attractive appearance.
Highlights the softer side of metal polishes with demos that show how easily and safely family heirlooms can be cleaned.
Polishes is expected to benefit to an extent from rising economic confidence in the forecast period.
With timesaving and convenience the key drivers of most categories in home care in 2014, and set to be throughout the forecast period, sales of polishes are also set to feel the effects of these trends.
Spring Sarl led polishes in 2015 with its popular brand Pliz accounting for a value share of 35%.
Reckitt Benckiser (India) continued to dominate polishes with its leading brands Cherry Blossom and Mansion in 2013.
Nail polishes, treatments, and accessories--enamel (polish, gloss), treatment and accessories (nail strengtheners, top coats, base coats, cuticle care)
Sara Lee Corp led polishes with 25% value share with its Kiwi brand in 2014.
ClickPress, Wed Jul 02 2014] Floor polish is the dominant product area within polishes in volume terms, accounting for 70% of overall sales in 2012.
a developer of protective coverings for handheld electronic devices, and Applesauce Polish, a provider of polishes for electronic devices, today announced they have signed a joint marketing agreement to provide scratch removal and protection products for the Apple iPod(R) nano.
USPRwire, Wed Apr 22 2015] Polishes did not have a strong presence in Ukrainian home care as consumers were not strongly motivated to buy them.
USPRwire, Wed Apr 22 2015] Polishes in Turkey registered double-digit current value growth in 2014, increasing by 10%, a rate of growth which is commensurate with the current value CAGR of 10% recorded in the category over the entire review period.