Based on beeswax and Candelilla wax, the buffing wax gives a beautiful shine to all your furniture and interior woodwork. Its U.V. resistant natural dyes restore old patina.
Les Anciens Ébénistes buffing wax is an excellent substitute for the Cire des Artisans du meuble Québécois.
The buffing wax is also ideal to give an aged look (dirty) to the Milk Paint or Mineral Fusion paint. After having made the traces of wear on the paint, apply a wax to buff and you will get an aged patina effect.
Be careful applying a buffing wax to patinate on the milk paint it will darken your colour. The ideal is to choose a pale wax (light oak or natural) for pale paint colours and a dark wax for dark paint colours (medium oak or Walnut)
NB: This wax offers may not be water resistance do not use in wet or stressed areas such as kitchen tables and chairs.
How to use the buffing wax of Les Anciens Ébénistes:
Can be used on raw wood, dyed, painted with milk paint or waxed. The wood must be sanded beforehand to finish with a sandpaper #120.
Make a first application of buffing wax with a polishing cotton – Briançon or with a wax brush. Then without letting dry, make a second application immediately. Let it dry for about 30 minutes, then shine with a soft cloth or for a more intense shine with the Polishing Brush. You can also enhance the gloss by glazing the wax with a white abrasive nylon pad
Use the Sprayshine Anciens Ébénistes or applied the buffing wax every year or as needed.