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Linseed Oil & Beeswax Polish

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Linseed Oil & Beeswax Polish

16.00

The 100% natural wax polish contains raw linseed oil and natural beeswax in a 4:1 ratio. This polish can be used directly on bare wood, over painted surfaces, over polyurethane, shellac, lacquer and I have even used it outdoors on a work table.

The uses of wax are numerous and I love the raw linseed oil's natural scent and its ability to darken bare wood and its smooth coverage. I have made numerous videos showing both how to make wax polishes and showing how versatile the waxes can be.

How To Apply

To apply this wax/oil polish simply use either an old shirt, rag, steel wool or even a paper towel if you can't find anything else. Apply a thin coat, wait a few minutes and buff the work with a clean rag or paper towel. Paper towels tend to leave pieces on the work piece so be aware of that. I like to use a lint-free cloth if at all possible.

This container holds 4 fluid ounces of wax polish and the weight of the container with the polish is 4 1/2 ounces.

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