Ageing furniture wax is the perfect soft black with a subtle gray undertone.
Comes in 200g or 50g.
This fine museum quality wax is based on an old family recipe. It is made from beeswax with a little carnauba wax and lightly tinted to a rich black colour.
It is easy to apply, provides a durable finish with a beautiful luster and has almost no odor.
HOW TO USE aging furniture wax:
What is the best surface to wax?
It really depends on if you plan on washing this surface frequently or using it outside, we do not recommend waxes for exterior use or areas that come into a lot of water contact. Instead we would suggest using our Antique Glaze for an aged look, or our clear glaze which you can tint to any other colour you wish.
Ageing Furniture Wax may be applied directly over Mineral Paint.
All waxes take about 30 days to cure
Use a clean cotton cloth or brush to apply wax in a thin layer, working into recesses of carved details or surface imperfections.
Wipe away excess. Allow it to dry for 3-5 minutes.
Buff to a shine with a clean lint-free cotton cloth.
Clean brush with soap and warm water.
NOTE: Difference between Espresso Wax and Ageing Wax in colour – Espresso is more of a mid-tone brown, whereas Ageing Wax is a darker brown.