Restoring Polish Dark 200ml

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Restoring Polish Dark 200ml

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This polish is designed as a starter polish for new work or furniture that has just been stripped back. Restoring Polish will bring out the natural grain of the wood, feed the timber and give a good initial sheen. It is Step 1 of our 3 Step Waxing Process.

Description

Restoring Polish is excellent for restoring moisture to furniture that has become dry or faded and is effective on leather. The Dark Restoring Polish can be used on black or brown leather. Restoring Polish is not recommended for constant use on French polished furniture or other similarly sealed surfaces, as it may be too 'greasy'.

Used For

Timber, leather

Surface Preparation

Ensure the timber is well sanded and smooth. We recommend using a sanding sealer to reduce the amount of wax needed. Apply before waxing.

How to Apply

  1. Dip a soft, lint-free cloth into the tin and scrape out a small amount. Rub into the timber with pressure in line with the grain.
  2. Buff back any excess with a soft, lint-free cloth or buffing pads.
  3. Use up to three coats particularly if the timber is very porous, buffing well between coats. Allow up to an hour between coats to allow waxes to sink right in.

Dry Time

Minimum 30 minutes. Ensure the surface is touch dry with no fingerprinting before applying the next coat.

Maintenance

Depending on wear (as the surface becomes dull or dry). These natural wax finishes do breathe, so we recommend use of coasters and mats where applicable.

Clean Up

Warm, soapy water for hands or cloth. Excess wax on timber; dampen a cloth with citrus solvent or mineral turpentine.

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