Briwax 400g Wax Polish - Antique Pine
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Creates a natural finish on unfinished and raw timber, or the final finish to a french polished surface at home or work. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.
For best results and to prevent a blotchy appearance timber should always be previously sealed with Briwax Danish Oil or Shellac Sanding Sealer. This means that it will renovate older dirtier furniture and leave you with the deep grain enriching Briwax shine. Unit 7 Alexander House, Thame Road Industrial Estate Thame Road, Haddenham, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP17 8BY. This Means That It Will Renovate Older Dirtier Furniture And Leave You With The Deep Grain Enriching Briwax Shine. Our site uses the latest 128 bit SSL security, complying with and exceeding all necessary security requirements to protect your details.
The wax is commonly applied to antique furniture during restoration to revive the wood's original quality. Improved shine and durability can be achieved by first sealing the surface with Briwax Sanding Sealer.
Working days are defined as Monday-Friday 8am-7pm inclusive, excluding Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays. The individual colour, patina and tone of the wood of each piece of furniture plays a huge part in how it’s going to look when waxed, not just the colour of the wax we use. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others.
Instructions for Use - Apply to the surface with a soft lint free cloth or 0000 Briwax Steel Wool working with the grain. What we consider to be a normal wax finish will be a slightly pigmented light brown coloured wax which will produce a warm mellow finish. Available in clear, which maintains the natural colour of the wood, and 13 wood shades to stain and wax in one operation. A blend of Beeswax and Carnauba waxes to give an instant natural sheen to bare wood or over Sanding Sealer. Note; the product is not designed for use in areas where it will come into contact with water or heat.