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Briwax Photo Albums

Remember the adage, a picture tells a thousand words?  Well, we think that photographs are great teachers  —  don’t we oftentimes learn by a sample of seeing someone else’s work?  We wanted to share with you some of our photo … Continue reading

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Wax then buff; wax then buff . . .

When you’re applying Briwax to your furniture, remember: Use Briwax sparingly.  A little bit goes a long way. It is better to apply 3 or 4 LIGHT applications of Briwax in lieu of 1 heavy application. Always, buff after each … Continue reading

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Microfiber Pads to apply Briwax

These microfiber pads are an excellent way to apply Briwax to any surface. These microfiber pads apply Briwax smoothly and evenly over the surface, leaving your hands clean. The micro-finger technology uses thousands of independent fibers to work Briwax deep … Continue reading

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My Briwax is liquid, what now?

Just a reminder . . . it is Summer, it is HOT and your Briwax will turn liquid . . . Briwax will turn into a liquid in hot weather.  This in no way diminishes the quality of the product. … Continue reading

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Sheen or no sheen, you decide . . .

Most of the time, people are looking for a sheen for their furniture.  Recently, we have had several people ask us how to decrease the sheen on their furniture!  Decreasing the sheen has a very easy solution . . . … Continue reading

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How to achieve a sheen using Briwax . . .

If you looked at a cross-section of your wood after it has been sanded, under a microscope, the top surface would look much like this: VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV The pores of the wood look much like “peaks” and “valleys”. You cannot see … Continue reading

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