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White Wax – Homestead House

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Museum quality wax manufactured in Canada from a traditional recipe handed down for generations. Homestead house’s white wax is made of a mixture of beeswax, a slight amount of carnauba wax and colored with natural pigments.

Homestead house’s white wax is ideal for creating patinas on milk or dark-colored chalk paintings while providing a beautiful gloss finished. It seals and protects the paint and leaves a whitish patina in the reliefs, which abrings pout the texture.

The wax adds touches of whiteness to most of your projects and applies perfectly on bare wood. White wax can also be used to create cerused finishes. It is ideal as a wax protection to lime coatings.

It can be used in combination with the antiquing wax and furniture wax colourless both labeled under Homestead House.

  • Easy to apply;
  • Pleasant odour;
  • Beautiful gloss;
  • Composed of natural waxes;
  • Creates a white patina;
  • Whitened wood;
  • Provides a good durability;


Ensure the surface is clean. If necessary clean with TSP Phosphate free or with Evo black soap.

On a waxed finishes if there is an overaccumulation of wax use a citrus solvent and steel wool #000

Over bare wood it is preferable to apply one or two coats of tung oil or hemp oil as a sealer before applying wax.


Apply with a wax brush or with clean and no lint white cotton rags.

Let it dry for 5 to 10 minutes and wipe of the excess.

Once the wax is completely dry (about 1 1/2 hours) polish with a white cotton rags or polishing brush.

In many cases two coats are required to obtain a beautiful sheen.


Apply a thin coat of furniture wax once a year or when necessary.

The finish reaches its maximum hardness after 30 days.

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