Beeswax Polish Advantages
We have a specialist range of wood waxes that are designed to protect wooden surfaces, as well as enhance the shine; Our most popular product for this is our beeswax furniture polish.
Here are six reasons why:
Beeswax Cleans, Nourishes & Protects
As well as being a great wood cleaner, our Beeswax Polish has been designed to feed and nourish bare wood, and protect all other wooden surfaces, such as wooden furniture from fading caused by sunlight, dust and airborne pollutants, and even water damage.
When properly protected, water will bead up on the surface of the wood 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.
Beeswax provides a beautiful, rich finish
Beeswax Polish provides an instant, natural shine and helps keep your furniture looking rich in colour, condition and value.
As it is a clear wax, and doesn’t have any synthetic components, our beeswax wood polish will not alter, the colour and appearance of the surface it is applied to, making it a safe, natural and effective way to bring new life to wood furniture.
Beeswax is easy to apply and re-apply
Being a soft wax, our beeswax polish is easy to apply and more cost effective than aerosol and other alternatives.
Before using the beeswax wood polish, ensure the surface is dust free and clean the furniture using a specialist Wood Cleaner. Apply the Beeswax Polish onto a lint-free cloth and rub into the wooden surface following the direction of the grain. Leave for 3-4 minutes and buff over with a clean cloth to restore the lustre. Additional coats can be applied for extra protection or if applying to bare wood.
Beeswax is suitable for all wooden surfaces
Our Beeswax Polish is designed for use on modern and antique internal wood furniture, including wooden veneers. It can even be used to treat natural woods including: beech, mahogany, oak, pine, teak, walnut, and yew.
Beeswax can be applied after staining and oiling
After staining wood furniture, you should always finish the job by sealing the stain with a Wood Wax or Wood Oil. This will bring out the colour of the stain further, provide additional protection and can be used to alter the finish to either satin or gloss.
Beeswax is a traditional formula used by professionals
Our Beeswax Furniture Polish is made from natural beeswax that has been used with great success by our national network of technicians, professional restorers, heritage organisations, and many customers over the years.
If your wooden furniture is looking dull or faded, our Beeswax Polish might be what you're looking for!