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Briwax 400g Wax Polish - Antique Pine

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For intricate areas apply Briwax Original with a hand or drill br ush and polish with a soft br ush.

If you're not sure, we can advise you on we consider to be the best colour of wax to use according to the age and tone of the piece in question.This Means That It Will Renovate Older Dirtier Furniture And Leave You With The Deep Grain Enriching Briwax Shine. The Briwax finish can be maintained by further applications which will give increased hardness and shine. For antiques and pre-finished furniture, first check compatibility, then apply Briwax in small areas with a clean soft cloth. Created from a blend of Beeswax and Carnauba waxes providing a natural sheen to bare wood or over Sanding Sealer.

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. Briwax Wax Polish is blend of Beeswax and Carnauba waxes, suitable for applying to bare wood or over Sanding Sealer. For best results and to prevent a blotchy appearance timber should always be previously sealed with a varnish, oil or Briwax Shellac Sanding Sealer. 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.Quick to dry, the Original Wax can be applied directly onto timber or onto Briwax Shellac Sanding sealer, too give your pieces a stunning natural pine finish. Improved shine and durability can be achieved by first sealing the surface with Briwax Sanding Sealer. Remove damage with steel wool and then gently apply the wax to the dama ged area , then polish up when dry. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products.

If you are using sawn pine o r other similar timbers, you should note that the end grain and rough cut areas of the grain will pick up more wax, and app ear darker than the surrounding timber. Its organic, gentle features mean it can be applied straight to raw woodwork or wood treated with a sanding sealer and give a longer-lasting result. Unit 7 Alexander House, Thame Road Industrial Estate Thame Road, Haddenham, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP17 8BY. If you compare this chest of drawers with the wardrobe in one of the images below (which has also been waxed in an Antique Brown Briwax you can see the difference in colour of the natural wood.They mention that it makes antique pine furniture look amazing, gives them the finish they require, and is good value.

Briwax has an impeccable heritage which dates back to 1860 when Henry Flack startedmanufacturing polishes and waxes near London Bridge for cabinetmakers andwoodcarvers. Lid didn't fit, contents looked very strange, when you have spend a fair few hours stripping a bench you want to put a good quality product on your wood, I would not use this supplier again and would be wary of this product again too. They say it's easy to achieve a beautiful color without using too much, and it'll make antique pine furniture look amazing with a lovely shine and brings out the grain. Creates a natural finish on unfinished and raw timber, or the final finish to a french polished surface at home or work. Lead times are shown on the product and trolley pages and are always advertised in working days (Monday to Friday).

Having been greatly distressed at the demise of the Group, Martin and Tony Bollom weredetermined that Briwax should thrive again.

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