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Gilly's Liquid Beeswax 250ml - Clear

Gilly's Liquid Beeswax 250ml - Clear

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Gilly's easy-to-use Liquid Beeswax nourishes your timber, protecting from dryness and enhancing its natural grain. Rich in pure beeswax, it can be used on finished or unfinished surfaces and is even suitable for use on a lathe.

Features

Gilly's Liquid Beeswax restores timber furniture.

Dry time between coats is 5-10 minutes to allow oil to soak in. Allow up to 30 minutes for a completely dry finish.

Gilly’s Liquid Beeswax can be reapplied as frequently as required (if the timber becomes dull or dry).

It is recommend to reapply a light coat every 4-6 months to keep your timber looking fresh. The more oil that has been applied over time, the less it will require for maintenance.

250ml volume

250

Made from

Plant oils, beeswax, citrus terpene (d-Limonene)

Care & Use

1. Apply with a soft cloth (or brush for carved/irregular areas).

2. Allow the timber to absorb the oil for 5 minutes, before buffing back with another clean cloth.

3. Apply 3 coats, if timber is new or dry, repeating the same procedure. Subsequent coats can be applied straight after buffing. Each timber will vary in porosity and dryness, so the number of coats required will vary. Once timber is saturated, there is no need for any more. Take care not to over-apply; residue can become sticky and attract dirt.

Brand story

All Gilly's products stocked at Biome contain no petrochemicals.  They are made from plant oils, a natural solvent made from crushed orange peels, and some have beeswax.

Do I need an oil or a wax?

Oiling is the easy go-to, particularly if you don't require any sort of sheen or mechanical protection. Oiling moisturises the timber to stop cracking and warping. It is brilliant for wooden and bamboo chopping boards and grazing platters, or rougher timber as waxes tend to get caught in rogue fibres.   

Use Liquid Beeswax (a rich blend of plant based oils, citrus solvent and beeswax with a subtle citrus aroma), or the vegan Chopping board oil

Waxing is a more involved process, that gives an extra layer of protection to seal in the nourishing oils. First you oil to hydrate, allowing the wood to dry thoroughly, and then apply fine layers of the Food Safe Wax buffing and drying in between.

Use the two step process of oiling then waxing, to nourish and protect wooden and bamboo cleaning brushes and children's toys.

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