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A soft wood wax made with primarily with Pure Beeswax and Carnauba Wax. Available in Clear , Antique Brown , Antique Pine and Antique Mahogany. Packaged in a 16 oz can. Updated toluene-free formula.
Mylands furniture waxes were originally formulated over 100 years ago for antique wood furniture conservators and restorers. Its unique formulation combines the finest natural waxes available including beeswax, carnauba and shellac wax in a toluene-free carrier.
Mylands Wax from The Real Milk Paint Company can be used on all interior wood surfaces over virtually any wood finish. Mylands Wax finish is easy to apply and results in a shine that is lasting and lustrous.
When pigmented, Mylands Wax enhances the color and wood grain of the selected original wood and secures the high quality glow of its natural patina while diminishing surface abrasions and scratches.
(Note: Mylands Wax does contain turpentine and some may find the odor of this unpleasant.)
16 Fluid oz can covers approx. 125 sq. ft.
Which color is best for you?
Clear Wax is suitable for all wooden furniture, whatever the color, and results in a deep shine and luster. Additional waxing applications provide increased durability and added depth.
Antique Brown Wax is a warm, honey brown finishing wax particularly suitable for oak, walnut and all darker type of woods. This wax produces a rich, deep shine that complements and enhances the finish and patina.
Antique Mahogany Wax is similar to the Antique Brown Wax, but with a hint of red that results in warmer, richer tones. Favored by antique furniture conservators and restorers for use on cherry as well as on mahogany surfaces.
Antique Pine Wax is a traditional light brown wax product with hints of honey-orange that add tone and depth to all lighter colored woods, in addition to pine. Popular among traditional conservators and restorers, and recommended by many furniture teaching colleges for various woodworking projects.