Briwax 400g Wax Polish - Teak
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Yes. Briwax Original Wax is recommened, to give a deep and long lasting sheen. Try one of the Briwax coloured waxes to give a deeper colour. For a more durable finish, particularly on horizontal surfaces, use Danish or Teak Oil. You can apply Briwax Spirit-based dye first, to give you the colour you want. Known as "The World's Premier Finishing Wax". Briwax is a blend of beeswax and carnauba wax, two of the finest waxes known to man. Briwax is designed to protect raw wood and can be applied to virtually any existing finish. Use Briwax on all woods, untreated leather, marble, concrete, metal and painted surfaces. To ensure desired results always test on inconspicuous area first. Tinted waxes can be lightened or removed with the clear wax. 16 oz.
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Danish Oil goes a lot further than most finishes. As a guide, we find that a 5 litre tin of Danish Oil is enough for four coats on about 30 square metres of flooring. The first coat uses around half of the oil, and the subsequent coats are much thinner, because the wood has been sealed by the first coat. Unlike most other wood finishes, you can restore the finish at any stage in its life by wiping down with mineral turpentine, and applying another coat of oil.When the surface becomes worn, you can restore it very easily. Wipe the floor with mineral turpentine, and apply another very thin coat of Danish Oil. This will renew the original finish with very little effort.
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For the first coat use Briwax Danish Oil neat, or thinned slightly with about 10% mineral turpentine. Apply plenty of oil with a brush, cloth, or a foam roller, to make sure the wood takes up all the oil it needs. Wipe off the excess with a cloth as you go. This way you make sure there's enough oil in the timber, but you don't run the risk of creating a 'surface’ of Danish Oil on top of the wood. Leave this first coat to dry overnight.Whether the floor is new or old, make sure the surface is clean and sanded smooth. The better finish you start with, the better the final result will be. A lot of modern furniture is supplied as bare unfinished pine. To colour and protect the furniture, the easiest way is to apply a coloured wax. Just rub the furniture with Briwax Original Wax, applied with 0000 steel wool. After about 10 minutes, the wax will have hardened, and you can buff it to a deep shine with a soft cloth. That's all there is to it!
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This does happen sometimes on the second or third coat. Lightly sand the surface with a 240 grade sand paper and then apply Briwax Danish Oil thinned with mineral turps by 15-20%. By giving the product more flow in this way, it should cure the problem. Of course it depends on where it is used, but in general, if you cannot get a shine with a soft buffing, it is time to re-apply. In high traffic areas this can be as often as every few months. In vertical applications and low traffic areas Briwax will last for years. Note: Briwax does not contain UV inhibitors so direct sunlight will cause it to fade. Briwax is not an exterior product for this reason.In the morning, rub the surface with 0000 steel wool, wipe off the dust, and wipe on a second coat of Teak Oil with a cloth. Once dry, this should be enough. If you want a higher gloss, apply another coat.