Everyday, we receive inquiries about How to Use Briwax. Here are some links that you can use to find out more about using this wonderful product – Briwax.
- Hints on Using Briwax – this covers a lot of everyday questions about Briwax and using it
- Briwax as the Only Finish – this photo album will show you examples of furniture that has been finished using ONLY Briwax
- Briwax Over Paint – this photo album will show you the steps of using Briwax over paint for an aged look
- Briwax on Furniture – this photo album will show you examples of furniture that is maintained using Light Brown Briwax
- Briwax on Cherry – this photo album will show you a cherry wood corbel that is finished using ONLY Teak Briwax
- Briwax on Concrete – this photo album will show you examples of concrete that has been finished or maintained using Briwax
- Coverage of Briwax – if you should have a really big job – for example the hardwood floors in your home – this section will explain how to calculate the quantity of Briwax that you will need, both for raw wood and for use over paint or a varnish.
- Using Briwax Liquid – this covers using Briwax in a liquid state
- Using Briwax Liquid 2 – this section will walk you through using Briwax in a liquid state – step-by-step
- Metals – this shows using Briwax on metals, even metals that are rusty
- Ceramics – this shows using Briwax on ceramics – sometimes to age them, sometimes just to enhance them
- Kitchen Cabinets – did you know that Briwax can clean up the grease off of your kitchen cabinets? Yes, it does! See more in this section.
- Finished Wood – this section gives pointers on using Briwax on any piece of furniture in your home.
- Wood Carving – this section is specifically designed for Wood Carvers, but any wood enthusiast will enjoy reading it. See how Briwax is used to enhance the details of carvings.
That a lot of information! Taking the time to read these articles will enhance your Briwax experience so that you can produce a near professional finish, first time – every time!!