Briwax on Hand-me-down Pieces of Furniture

Have you been given pieces of furniture from your parents, or perhaps a piece or two from your grandparents?  Don’t know exactly how to clean them up?  The answer is in a can of Briwax.  Just take a soft cloth, apply a little Briwax, then buff.  The solvent that is in Briwax will clean off any dust, grim, grease or just wear and tear over the years.  Scratches will be diminished.  You’ll end up not with just a great looking piece of furniture, but a lovely piece of family history.

It is not always advised to strip an older piece of furniture – you can often strip away all of the charm and character of a piece by stripping it.  Instead, use Briwax first and let it “reveal” to you what you need to do.  If the piece is especially dirty or has a rough feel, apply the Briwax with 0000 steel wool.  The very fine steel wool will cut through the dirt and grime faster so you see the beautiful results faster.  Using one of the Briwax colors will help to diminish scratches, nicks, dings!  Cleans, stains, polishes – all in one step!!

Remember, it may take 2 or 3 applications of wax to obtain a sheen.  And always buff between applications of Briwax.

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Briwax will turn into a liquid in hot weather from sitting in a hot delivery truck all day.  This in no way diminishes the quality of the product.  Simply allow the container to come to room temperature to return to a paste form.

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