EFFECT WAX POLISH
Custom/Faux finishes, limed Oak, rustic charm, farmhouse style, cottage finish or rural architecture. There are many descriptions and many ways to apply white wax to timber or a piece of furniture.
There really isn’t a right or wrong, but rather a desired outcome.
The white is intentionally opaque so that grain or the underlying paint is still visible, whilst the white subtly fills grain, voids or cracks and leave a light film over the surface.
Similarly, where applying white to chalk or a porous painted surface, the white will fill voids and cracks but also add light to otherwise darker cervices, profiles, or the nooks and crannies of intricate carvings.
Any previously unsealed, new, or restored timbers, furniture and any porous surface requiring a light or white granular finish. Not considered food safe.
Note: White Wax is not white paint - it is by design, opaque and is applied for effect. White paint is white, and only white paint will completely cover your grain/work piece.
Grain Popping WHITE Wax Polish
Beeswax, Carnauba Wax, Refined Petroleum Wax, Titanium Dioxide, and Low Odour Mineral Spirits.
*We always recommend safety first. Wear protective gloves, protective clothing, eye protection, face protection and work in a well-ventilated area.