Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Green Plastic Lid on the Briwax Can

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

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Did you know that Briwax is reversible?

What does that mean? Technically Briwax is an evaporative finish, which means that every time you introduce a petroleum distillate (mineral spirits) to wax, you will dissolve the wax.

Nothing is harmed of course, but a lot of house maids panic … Continue reading

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Yes, you can use Briwax on ceramics!

An unglazed ceramic piece can be given a new look by waxing the piece with Briwax.  Is the piece dull and you would like more sheen?  Want to create an aged look?  Look at these ceramic pumpkins in the picture … Continue reading

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Which Tampico Bristle Brush Should I Use?

Each of the Tampico bristle brushes that we sell has a fairly specific use to make polishing easier.  Detailed below are the specifications and suggested uses for the brushes: The Hand brush is a great tool for quickly producing a … Continue reading

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