A firm building wax, designed to develop a protective layer on timber. Excellent for filling imperfections such as hairline cracks or tiny holes. Cabinet Maker's Wax is marvellous on oak, jarrah and other woods that have no specific finish. Used over the Restoring Polish, Cabinet Maker's Wax produces a natural finish. Traditionally applied with OOOO steel wool to drive the firm wax into any gaps. Step 2 in our 3 Step Waxing Process. Use For Timber Surface Preparation Prepare the raw timber using either our Orange Oil, Liquid Beeswax or Restoring and New Timber Polish. How to Apply Dip 0000 steel wool into tin and remove a small amount of wax. Rub into the timber with pressure in line with the grain. Buff back with a soft, lint-free cloth or buffing pads. Can be applied without the steel wool. Use up to three coats, buffing well between coats. Allow up to four hours between coats. Dry Time Overnight for best results Maintenance Depending on wear (as the surface becomes dull or dry). These natural wax finishes do breathe, so we recommend use of coasters and mats where applicable. Clean Up Warm, soapy water for hands or cloth. Excess wax on timber; dampen a cloth with d-Limonene or mineral turpentine.
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