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Touch Of Beeswax Wood Preserver

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Protect and enhance that wood finish with our amazing Beeswax Preserver. Beeswax feeds into dry wood and feeds the wood for years to come.

Touch of Beeswax Wood Preserver comes in two sizes, 64oz and 16oz. We highly recommend using #0000 Steel Wool on wood surfaces when cleaning and preserving your wood projects

Touch of Beeswax Wood Preserver penetrates directly into the wood to eliminate dry, dull, moisture and sun damaged surfaces, leaving a wonderful lustrous, warm shine. It's the type of shine that professional home decorators and antique dealers dream of!

Note: If you let the Touch of Beeswax set overnight on a dry piece of wood it will penetrate up to 1/4 inch into the wood surface. Now we are talking about preserving! Also Use the Touch Of Oranges for all your wood cleaning.


What is Beeswax Wood Polish and Finish?

Beeswax Wood Polish is a natural wood polish and finish formulated to replace chemical-based wood polishes and finish like varnish. It is used to feed and protect wood surfaces, giving it a protective coating in the surface and at the same time lack in moisture. A beeswax wood finish lacks in moisture to the wood to prevent it from drying and cracking. 

Beeswax Wood Polish is made from - as the name says it - beeswax. What is a beeswax? It is a wax produced by honey bees made from the honeycomb. The bees use it to build honey storage inside the hive. When beekeepers harvest the honey, they separate the frames with honey. Each honey cell has a wax cap that the beekeepers remove to release the honey. These wax cappings are then separated  and will later on be processed to become the beeswax.



How to Apply Beeswax Wood Polish and Finish?

Before applying the wax, make sure that the wood surface you are going to apply it to is clean. If it is dirty, take the time to clean it properly. Check our wood cleaner - it's an orange oil-based wood cleaner.

After making sure that the surface is clean, apply the beeswax to a cloth and rub to the wood following the direction of the grain. For best result, leave overnight before buffing. This allows the wax to penetrate the wood.

You will know that you applied the wax properly when liquids form globules in the surface rather than flattening. 

Check the following video for additional tips in applying beeswax wood polish.

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