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Location: East of England, Cambridgeshire, All UK & Northern Ireland
Our beeswax polish is faithfully made to an original Victorian recipe. Beeswax and pure gum turpentine produce a traditional finish and a superior polish on all types of wood.
Unlike many modern versions of beeswax polish, we still use turpentine to dissolve the wax. Turpentine is made from distilled pine sap, and has a far more beneficial effect on wood than modern petroleum based alternatives.
Our polish is a cream emulsion, as opposed to a hard paste, making it easy to use and readily absorbed by the wood; simply apply with a soft cloth, and buff off.
We produce two types of polish; neutral, which is ideal for any type of wood; and brown, which can be used as a subtle stain to darken light woods such as pine, or to enhance the grain on darker woods. The brown is also useful for covering damage such as sun bleaching.
Our polish is available in 142g and 283g jars, a 4lb tins.