What is Briwax?

Briwax is a blend of beeswax and carnauba wax, two of the finest waxes known to man. Briwax is designed to protect all wood and any finish that may be applied to it. Use Briwax on all woods, leather, marble, concrete, metal and painted surfaces. It improves the finish of any piece. Briwax is available in the Original formula or Toluene Free formula.

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 chunk of wax, almost unusable.

The addition of various dye colors suspended in the wax allows Briwax to diminish minor scratches disappear without changing the character or color of the piece.

An inherent cleaning solvent in the wax is designed to clean grease and grime off the surface before it evaporates, leaving a waxed surface.  This thin film of wax prevents oils and salts (fingerprints) from harming the surface finish.

Briwax can be used as the only finish or over almost any finish.  Just remember, Briwax is the FINAL finish – nothing goes over Briwax.

Briwax is available in a one-pound can or a 7-pound trade size can known as a Trade Size can.  The Trade Size looks very similar to a one-gallon paint can.

For more information, visit our website:  www.briwax-trg.com.  If you have questions, send us an email:  thebriwaxguy@gmail.com.

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2 Responses to What is Briwax?

  1. Steve Decker says:

    Hi, I have a house full of unfinished fir trim work. Would Briwax be a good product to use to finish/seal the trim work? Also does this product have any significant off gassing? Thanks!

  2. Would Briwax be a good product to use to finish/seal the trim work? Briwax is an excellent finish for trim. Since all the trim will be in the vertical position there is no problem from damage except the occasional children’s toy banging into it.

    You may want to refresh the finish every 3-5 years with another application of Briwax but this is all you will ever have to do. It will look great and only get better with time.

    Also does this product have any significant off gassing?

    I am not sure what “gassing” is but Briwax does have a solvent in it. That’s what makes it work. The solvent will evaporate in about a minute. To alleviate the odor from the solvent as fast as possible use a floor fan in the room you are working in.

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