Monthly Archives: July 2011

How to Finish the Finish with Briwax

How to properly care for your furniture . . . Wood has 3 enemies:  #1 one enemy is water, #2 is light, (especially ultra violet, caused by the sun) and #3 is the abuse; scratches, dents, fingerprints, spills, burns, etc., … Continue reading

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Beams, Floors, Furniture . . .

One of our good customers – Distinctive Building Materials – specializes in reclaimed timbers for beams, floors, furniture – and the list goes on and on!!  The craftsmen of Distinctive Building Materials find that Briwax gives them the ability to … Continue reading

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How to Repair Your Mahogany Front Door

The Finish on a Beautiful Natural Mahogany Door goes bad… Anyone that has a natural wood door has had the experience of noticing that, wherever the sun strikes the door, the clear varnish that made the door look so beautiful … Continue reading

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How to Select the Right Product to Maintain Your Furniture

When your furniture was manufactured, the furniture maker picked out the wood, either solid or in a veneer form, built the piece (a chairs, tables, hutch, buffet, head board, desk, etc) and applied a finish. The finish would seal the … Continue reading

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Can Briwax Be Used in a Wine Cellar?

Certainly!!  Take a look at one of our good customers – Wine Cellar Concepts by David Spon.  David creates some truly amazing wine cellars and uses Briwax.  Component pieces can finished off-site and then quickly assembled on-site.  Take a look … Continue reading

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How to Use Briwax over Paint

Do you have an older piece of furniture that you like, but just don’t like the finish? A friend was telling us about “Uncle Matt’s Piece” . . . that’s what she called it because that’s what everybody called it! … Continue reading

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