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Wax & Polish Remover

by Liberon
Original price $24.50 - Original price $33.50
Original price
$24.50 - $33.50
Current price $24.50
Size: 250ml

Liberon Wax & Polish Remover

Purpose: Use to remove old wax dirt and grime from furniture.

Wax and Polish Remover is used to clean old wax, dirt, smoke and everyday grime from antique and modern wood furniture prior to refinishing without affecting most original hard finishes. Suitable for use on interior woodwork, including doors, beams, dado rails, and banisters, it will not harm the original finish or patina, making it suitable for even the most delicate surfaces. It is ideal for removing built-up layers of wax that may be causing a haze or bloom on the surface.

  • Removes wax and grime and cleans all interior wood
  • Suitable for use on French polishes, varnish, lacquer and oil finishes
  • Easy to use

      Unit size: 250ml or 500ml
      Coverage: 8-12m²
      Location: Interior
      Drying time: Minimum 6 hours
      Application: Steel Wool
      Tool cleaning: White Spirit

      Directions for use:

      Application: For best results soak a pad of Ultra Fine Steel Wool (Grade 0000) in Wax and Polish Remover, squeeze out the excess and working on a small area at a time, gently wash the surface going with the grain where possible. Allow a few minutes for the Wax and Polish Remover to work, then while the surface is still wet use a clean lint-free cloth to wipe off all the old softened wax. Repeat this process until all the old wax is removed. Allow 24 hours for the treated surface to dry completely before re-finishing.

      Important: This product may damage newly applied French polishes, lacquers, varnishes and sealers. Always test the product on a spare surface or inconspicuous area for colour, compatibility and end result.

      Precautions: Wear suitable heavy duty gloves. Do not pour into plastic containers or use on plastic or vinyl surfaces. Dispose of used steel wool and cotton cloths outside to reduce any vapour build-up and fire hazard. Do not use on water-based varnish.

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