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Using a wax is one of the quickest and easiest ways of getting a good finish on your work. Turned pieces buff easily on the lathe and just a little bit of effort will soon achieve a pleasing glow on larger items.
We use several different types of wax, from natural waxes such as beeswax and carnauba to manmade ones like paraffin wax and microcrystalline waxes.
Each have their own particular properties, giving extra shine or durability, and blending them together can give the best of both worlds.
If you’re seeking ‘easy to apply’ look no further than our WoodWax 22 If it’s hard-wearing you want then Microcrystalline Wax fits the bill.
If you prefer a solid stick you’re spoilt for choice; pure carnauba, a beeswax/carnauba and a microcrystalline option can all be found here.
And if you want your wax to be multi-purpose and smooth back whilst reducing the amount of dust created then it’s Cut’n’Polish for you.
Waxes can also be used for decorative purposes too, from the traditional white of Liming Wax to the bright metallics of Gilt Cream.
Click on any of the pictures below for more specific information about each of our waxes.