Liberon Wax Paste Polish Black Bison
R220.00 – R329.00 incl.
Wax Polish Black Bison Paste is ideal for nourishing and protecting all types of wood, including lacquers and French polishes.
Wax Polish Black Bison Paste is ideal for nourishing and protecting all types of wood, including lacquers and French polishes. Made from a blend of waxes, including high quality carnauba wax, it provides good resistance to finger and water marks, and is ideal for small surfaces. Well-known for its quality and pleasant, distinctive aroma, it feeds, polishes and helps to prevent wood drying out, and has traditionally been used on antiques. Giving a highly lustrous and hardwearing finish, as well as helping to cover marks and scratches, it will enhance the natural beauty of new wood, and is safe to use on toys and is silicone-free.
- Gives good resistance to finger and water marks
- Ideal for small surfaces
- Feeds, polishes and helps prevent wood drying out
- Highly lustrous and hard wearing
- Helps cover marks and scratches
- Endorsed by the Guild of Master Craftsmen
- Silicone Free
How to Use
Remove old waxes and dirt with Wax and Polish Remover if necessary.
Apply Wax Polish Black Bison Paste sparingly with a cloth on a delicate or French polished surface, or with Ultra Fine Steel Wool (Grade 0000) when a deeper penetration is required. Allow to dry for 20 minutes, or until touch dry, and then buff with a clean cotton cloth or furniture brush. Repeat the operation on new or very dry wood as it may require two or more coats. For a better finish buff with a Furniture Brush once the last coat has dried.
Always test the product on a spare surface or inconspicuous area for colour, compatibility and end result.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Wipe over with a cloth or duster and re-wax as required when the surface looks dull and tired. Do not wash with water.
|Unit Size:||150ml, 500ml|
|Drying Time:||Minimum 20 minutes|
|Application:||Brush, cloth or steel wool|
|Tool Cleaning:||White Spirit|
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