Carbamex buffing wax whitening effect by Briançon is a cream wax product based on vegetable wax in aqueous phase. As a result Carbamex buffing wax- whitening effect by Briançon allows bleached decorative effects and ages on old finishes (varnish, dye, paints …) without prior preparation.
The Carbamex buffing wax will bring a beautiful lime wash appearance to open-grain and highly veined woods such as oak, chestnut, ash and other wood of this type. With a brushing effect the lime wash effect can be achieved on all types of wood. A white film will be deposited in the veining of the wood to make it stand out.
- Easy to use;
- Dry quickly;
- More resistant than buffing wax with beeswax;
- Only 15g VOC / liter;
How to use buffing wax
First of all on a bare wood, sand the wood with #220 grit paper. Also you can also wet the wood beforehand to open the pores and thus increase the lime wash effect. Wait until it is dry and broken the raised fiber with sandpaper #220.
Finally to accentuate the effect on the raw wood grain, dig with a wire brush in the direction of the wood fibers and dust off well.
Then place 2 thin layers using the polishing cotton, directly on the surface (do not apply on old wax).
Renew the operation to obtain the desired shade and allow to dry before polishing with a soft cloth. Dry after two hours, you can polish it with a special polishing steel wool or a white abrasive nylon pad to increase the luster. Use a buffing wax brush for surfaces with reliefs such as moldings.
You can apply the buffing Wax on itself once a year, or when needed, without having to remove wax.
Cleaning the tools:
About 100 ft2 / container