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Re: furniture wax

Posted By: James Schooley (0-1pool246-21.nas2.sioux-city1.ia.us.da.qwest.net)
Date: 1/20/4 20:04

In Response To: furniture wax (Peter)

Applying wax will be tricky at first, practice is needed. Try putting it on real thin and don't wait for it to harden, also buff to a heated state. Thin wax goes on a lot easier if you wish you could try putting some paint thinner into the wax you have, but I suggest Howard's Feed and Wax for fast easy shine and novice waxing. I like Bri wax, it contains bee's wax, when looking for a good wax it will often have carnuba. Some of my customers are very fond of the white polishes such as Bristol Polish, it is very shiney has cleaning properties and leaves a little wax behind for protection, looks great on dark smooth finishes and table tops.

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