- Natural Beeswax formula feeds, enhances and protects all fine wooden surfaces.
- Soft wax - easy to apply & more cost effective than aerosol and other alternatives.
- Clear wax - doesn't alter the colour of the surface it is applied too.
- Produces a long lasting satin sheen.
Beeswax Polish is a natural wax used to feed and protect bare wooden surfaces, it seals and protects all types of wood and wooden surfaces giving a long lasting, durable and natural looking shine.
Beeswax acts as a protective coating on the surface, enhancing the woods shine and helping keep it looking better for longer.
Our natural beeswax blend has been used by our national network of technicians, as well as professional restorers, heritage organisations and the general public with great success for many years.
Formulated to be colour neutral; it enhances the natural beauty of the wood without changing the colour, it will simply add a healthy, natural looking finish, bringing out the best in any wooden surface, modern or antique.
Designed for use on modern and antique internal woods, including wooden veneers, our fine beeswax formula is suitable for treating all natural woods including;
Coverage & Shelf Life
200ml of Beeswax will cover an area of approx. 2.5m²!
1 Litre of Beeswax will cover an area of approx. 12.5m²!
If stored in a cool, dry place our Beeswax Polish will last for years without drying up or going off.
Before using the Beeswax Polish, If the wood is dirty, give the wood a good clean using the Wood Reviver.
Ensure the surface is dust free. Apply the Beeswax Polish onto a cloth and rub into the wooden surface following the direction of the grain. Leave for 3-4 minutes and buff over with a cloth to restore the lustre.
Additional coats can be applied for extra protection or if applying to bare wood.
Beeswax Polish should be re-applied once a year for maintenance of furniture. When properly protected, Beeswax Polish will cause liquids to bead up on the surface in the form of globules; a good indication of when the Beeswax needs to be re-applied is when liquids start to lie flat on the surface instead of beading up.