Durable And Hardwearing Wood Wax Finish Transparent Wax Polish in 15 Colours
Wood Wax Finish combines all the advantages of oils and waxes in one unique product. It is resistant to water and dirt, wipe proof and stain resistant. As with most products it is easy to apply with no sanding required between coats and the final dry finish is safe for humans, plants and animals.
The transparent range are designed to allow the wood's natural grain and character to remain visible. For high wear areas such as floors a second coat of oil is required. Otherwise for furniture and joinery a second coat can be applied for a more intensive colour tone.
All items except for sachets and tester pots are sent out by courier, the sachets and tester pots are sent out by Royal Mail First Class.
1. Suitable for all interior use
2. The wood grain remains visible (see Wood Wax Finish Intensive if you wish them to be hidden)
3. Durable and hardwearing
4. Water & dirt resistant
5. Resistant to common liquid spills such as water, juice, tea, wine and even cola
7. Saliva resistant and sweatproof - suitable for children's toys
8. Microporous and breathable finish which does not crack, flake or peel
9. No sanding back required for repairs or future applications.
Wood Wax Finish is suitable for protecting and decorating interior wood including wall panelling, mouldings, beams and doors. It is also suitable for edge glued panels, chipboard and MDF. It is also ideal as a coloured base coat for wooden flooring.
Up to 5 years and longer if the can is kept dry, closed and away from direct sources of heat. If thickened by frost store at room temperature for 24-36 hours before use.
Wood surfaces must be clean, dry and frost free with a maximum moisture content of 18%. Any old non porous paints and lacquers must be completely removed before application. Generally surfaces should not be sanded any finer than a 150 grit as this will effect absorption. All orders will be sent out with a detailed product information sheet.
1 litre covers approximately 24m² with one coat. Please note this is only a guide as coverage depends significantly on the character and finish of the wood. Figures quoted are for smooth and planed timbers.