PREMIUM BEESWAX FURNITURE POLISH
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Simply the best beeswax furniture polish for any type of wood
BRINGS OLD FURNITURE BACK TO LIFE
PRESERVES THE FINISH OF ANTIQUE WOOD
REVIVES AND PROTECTS
- 100% natural ingredients
- Triple filtered beeswax sourced direct from the monks at Buckfast Abbey in South Devon
- Added strength and deeper lustre from added carnauba wax
- Improved sun-bleaching resistance with added myrica wax from the Andes (read more)
- Traditional recipe using pure pine turpentine instead of harmful petrochemical solvents
- Absolutely no silicone guaranteed
- Very easy to apply and buff - a little polish goes a very long way
- Our specially developed blend of waxes ensures that you don't necessarily have to polish again for at least a year and possibly up to 3 years
- Clip-top Le ParfaitTM jar with air-tight seal
- Our recyclable packaging is made from recycled cardboard
- 25% Discount on refills with our Return & Refill scheme
- A complimentary box of sweet pea seeds for you to plant and grow as a 'Thank You' to the bees
Pure Gold is a clear beeswax polish ideal for use on Ash, Beech, Maple, Light Oak and Pine. To restore the colour of sun-bleached woods we recommend using Rose Gold or Antique Gold.
Rose Gold is a medium shade beeswax polish specially formulated for use on Rosewood, Light Mahogany, Cherry, and Honey Oak furniture or similar coloured woods.
Antique Gold is a dark beeswax polish designed for use on dark and antique woods such as Antique Oak, Mahogany, Walnut, Elm or similar dark coloured woods.
HOW TO POLISH WITH BEESWAX
- Use a soft cloth or very fine 0000 wire wool
- With gentle pressure spread the polish evenly over the surface in the direction of the grain, being careful not to over apply and avoid any upholstered areas. Once applied the surface area should look matt in appearance
- Allow the pure pine turpentine to completely evaporate and the wax to harden
- Use a soft buffing cloth to buff the wax to a deep and lustrous shine
Weekly furniture maintenance of removing dust can be done by simply using a slightly damp cloth and drying if needed with a clean dry cloth - beeswax polish will protect the surface for a very long time.
If you have a larger surface like the side of a chest of drawers or the top of a dining table apply the beeswax more evenly by dabbing the surface all over with small amounts of polish then wipe in the direction of the grain to spread the wax evenly.
*SECRET TRADE TIP:
For carved relief areas such as an antique coffer, you can also apply beeswax furniture polish with a standard shoe polish brush. It makes applying the beeswax much easier and allows the polish to get right into those dusty and hard to reach areas. Buff it the next day with the soft shoe brush.
HOW TO GET THE BEST RESULTS FROM YOUR BEESWAX POLISH
*SUN-BLEACHING RESTORATION NOTE
The restoration of sun-bleached areas can be achieved with our Rose Gold or Antique Gold polishes when it is applied to a surface where the protective finish is dry or in a deteriorated state. Where the finish is in good order and sealing the surface, the dyes in our polishes will be prevented from being absorbed by the sun bleached area and it will have no effect. We would therefore recommend taking your furniture to a professional restorer who will remove the finish, revive the colour of the wood and then restore the finish once more. You might recommend our professional range of 1L tins of beeswax polishes while you're there!
I bought the polish to try and repair a table, badly sun bleached. I'm afraid it didn't work, not because of the polish, but the table was just a "cheap" veneer and not the real oak I thought it was. However, the polish made the table look so much better, as the polished sheen it added, looked wonderful. I have "wood" that will be having a little treatment and I know it will also look wonderful.
Oh! yes and the presentation of the polish made it look so expensive AND some seeds too? with a little note. Perfect Customer service.