They keep changing the name and the packaging, but apparently this is the latest iteration: https://www.amazon.com/Pledge-11182-Revive-Transparent-Liquid/dp/B000ARPH4C Reader Tip: Pledge Floor Gloss or Future has new name | FineScale Modeler Magazine EDIT: And from a link within that second link: In the March 2004 FineScale Modeler, Matt Swan wrote “The complete Future,” in which he discussed not only the several uses but also the different packaging and various names by which the product labeled Pledge FloorCare Multi-Surface Finish in the U.S. is known worldwide. Tracking the sometimes elusive brand names has been an ongoing project for him: His modeling website (Swanny’s Models, www.swannysmodels.com) features a periodically updated article on the substance formerly known as Future, and is the source of the following list. Argentina: “GloCot.” Belgium, France: “Klir.” Belgium, Netherlands: What was “Klir” is now being packaged as “Sols Plus” and as “Vloer Plus.” Reportedly the same product, different labeling. Japan, Philippines: “Johnson’s Wipe and Shine.” Netherlands: “Pronto Wax for wooden floors” with a brown cap, or “Parket Plus.” Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia: “Pronto.” Portugal: “Pronto Cera Acrilica.” United Kingdom, New Zealand: “Klear,” “Krystal Klear,” or “Johnson’s One and All” (the “Klear” name disappeared in 2008). If that clears things up for you, let me muddy the waters again. Seeking a primary source, I sent this list of names to S.C. Johnson for clarification. A company spokesperson wrote back, “The formulas for the products you shared are all different and not identical to the formula for Pledge FloorCare Finish. The formula used to make [PFM] is only offered in the United States and Canada.” So it seems the only thing that is truly clear is the stuff modelers all over the world continue to use, whatever it’s called. If you are in doubt, test it off the model.