Monthly Archives: February 2009

Teak Briwax on a Cherry Corbel

We wanted to share with you this beautiful corbel made from Cherry wood.  The corbel has been finished using one of the newer colors of Briwax, Teak, as the only finish.  The rich red tones of the Teak Briwax are … Continue reading

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Can Briwax remove white water rings or white water marks??

Yes. Well not really!  Its the solvent in Briwax that removes white watermarks.  White water rings or watermarks are caused by condensation of moisture directly into the finished surface of the wood, affecting the finish from the inside out. Most … Continue reading

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Using Briwax on finished wood . . .

It is always a good idea to test Briwax in an inconspicuous area of a piece of furniture first. Try it on the underside of a table apron, inside of a drawer or the inside of a table leg. Your … Continue reading

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The Green Plastic Lid that came on your can of Briwax . . .

The Briwax you purchased, more than likely, came with a GREEN plastic lid.  This plastic lid is designed for physically stabilizing the product during shipping and for ease of stacking at your neighborhood retailer.  Once you open the can of … Continue reading

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My Briwax is liquid, what do I do?

Briwax will turn into a liquid in hot weather.  This in no way diminishes the quality of the product.  In fact, Briwax is designed to turn liquid and can be used in a liquid state (see Using Briwax in a … Continue reading

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Don’t believe the rumors . . .

Rumors of the demise of Briwax have been greatly exaggerated!   Yes! Yes!  Briwax is still in business!!   Although the manufacturing plant in England suffered a devastating fire, Briwax has fully recovered and now has the ability to produce … Continue reading

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Briwax is Available in Two Formulas

Original vs. Toluene Free The Briwax Original formula contains the solvent Toluene and the Toluene Free formula contains the solvents Xylene and Naphtha. Solvents are necessary in the formulation of Briwax because without them Briwax would just be a hard … Continue reading

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