BEESWAX POLISH AND SEALERS FAQS
The Honey Guy®
unique Beeswax Furniture Polish is reminiscent of the excellent beeswax
polishes used in Old England centuries
ago to protect fine wooden furniture...furniture that still exists today and
is as beautiful as the day it was made! Our beeswax furniture polish and
leather conditioner protect wood and leather from moisture and keeps the
cells soft, preventing splits and cracks.
A little buffing produces a marvelous shine. Apply with a clean cloth, allow
time to penetrate, then buff to a shine. If paste is not penetrating as it
should, use a hair dryer on low heat to liquefy the paste. It will then
natural beeswax, mineral spirits, and turpentine (necessary to allow
penetration of wood cells).
Also use to
waterproof, protect, soften, and restore suppleness to leather goods.
gloves, chairs and sofas, saddles, etc.)
The Honey Guy® Grade
BEESWAX POLISH & SEALER
Our natural beeswax sealer is for concrete, granite and
other types of stone as well as brick, metal, and wood surfaces.
Use on concrete or
granite counter tops, benches, even patios and garage floors. Use on any
metal prone to rust or corrosion, and on any wood which is exposed to the
elements or needs to be protected from deterioration.
of all uses for our FOOD GRADE Sealer
is on any wooden eating or serving surface such as dinnerware, utensils and
table tops and counter tops. Seals wood cells, porous concrete and stone
preventing penetration by water, chemicals, dirt, food, etc. Seals metal
surfaces from air to prevent rust and tarnish. Our
Beeswax Sealer has no toxic chemicals or additives to interact with metal or
pose a health hazard to people or pets. Just pure beeswax and food grade
mineral oil. Seals
and waterproofs any surface it is applied to and polishes to a shine.
Apply a thin layer of
paste with a clean cloth, allow time to penetrate concrete pores (melting
paste will help greatly), then buff to a shine. We suggest using a hair dryer
or heat gun to soften paste to aid in penetration of concrete pores when applying.
Wax melts at 140 degrees, so you can safely use low heat. An electric buffer
takes the work out of shining but use cloth rather than wool buffer pad. Wool
will come off the buffer and stick in the wax.
INGREDIENTS: natural beeswax
and food grade mineral oil
Coverage: 8 ounces of either
product will cover approximately 50 square feet. Coverage is affected by
temperature and porousness of the surface. Also available in quart size.
Gallons may be
special ordered. Just call us at 903-570-6868 or 800-863-1438 for price and