Brand: Louis XIII - Avel
Ancient formula. Contains 25% bees wax and 50% turpentine. Insect-repellent, homogenized. The liquid presentation is the most recommended for furniture that has engravings or moldings, wax deposits are avoided in these areas.
£12.06 + VAT
DESCRIPTION AND FEATURES
Its ancient formulation with beeswax (15% wax content) and turpentine (50% solvent content), make LOUIS XIII LIQUID WAX an exceptional product, which leaves a smell of wax from a bygone era .
We have decided, counting on the experience of cabinetmakers and antique dealers, to incorporate the maximum amount of turpentine into the formulation, avoiding the occurrence of greasing or darkening of the precious woods.
Furniture, wood, beams, parquets, etc. The liquid presentation is the most recommended for furniture that has engravings or moldings, wax deposits are avoided in these areas.
HOW TO USE
Remove dust from wood: preferably use the LOUIS XIII TAMPICO BRUSH that will allow you to remove all dust from the less accessible corners of dirty wood.
Shake the can. Spread the LOUIS XIII LUXURY WAX with the help of the COTTON WICK or a bristle brush.
Let dry for about 15 min; polish with a wool chamois or the LOUIS XIII TAMPICO BRUSH
If the surface to be treated is very dirty or greasy, we recommend cleaning it first with the help of LOUIS XIII WAX REMOVER.
Taking into account the great wealth of waxes in its formula, we recommend that in order to facilitate the use of the product, it is at a temperature of 18ºC.
Eventually, before use, especially in winter, we recommend placing the product near a heat source (do not expose directly to a flame).
-Before waxing a floor for the first time, apply "Insulating Wood Finish Louis XIII" below.
-Apply with a floor-polisher, by hand or with a brush for mouldings.
-Average use 20 to 30 m2 per liter for usual care.