|No. of coats||2|
|Coverage||Up to 10m² per litre|
|Drying time||10 mins|
|MPN||Please Select Size/Option|
|GTIN||Please Select Size/Option|
Fiddes Supreme Wax Polish is suitable for use on interior wood, including furniture, shelving, skirting boards, architraves, dado rails and more. Based on a blend of natural waxes, the clear and coloured formulations give a more traditional look to bare wood and a higher sheen to previously finished surfaces.
Ensure surfaces to be waxed are clean, dry and free from dust, dirt and any other surface contaminants prior to application.
Always do a test area before starting any project to assess product suitability and final finish. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times.
Please Note: Fiddes Supreme Wax Polish can easily turn from a wax to a thick liquid if exposed to warm temperatures, vibration in transit or if the tin is shaken. The wax can still be applied in this liquid state and is actually preferred by some customers. To get the wax to return to its solid state, simply stir and store in a cool place such as a garage or under stairs cupboard. Small tins of wax can be put into the fridge to solidify more quickly if required.
Surfaces treated with Fiddes Supreme Wax Polish can be dry wiped with a soft, lint-free cloth to remove surface dust. For minor surface stains, scuffs and marks, wipe with a slightly dampened (not wet) cloth with water and Fiddes Floor Surface Cleaner.
Alternatively, Fiddes Wood Surface Cleaner Spray can be used.
When maintaining pre-waxed wood it is advisable to use a clear wax (Fiddes have a very lightly tinted wax called 'Light' for paler, wood coloured surfaces and a wax with no pigment at all called 'Clear' for painted surfaces or for surfaces which require no colour change). Additional coats offer an improved patina and overall durability. Fresh wax coats can be applied annually or as required.
Coloured waxes are best used for repairing fine scratches, for example when a lighter shade is showing through. They are also used to change the colour of wood when the initial finishing process is done. The coloured waxes offer greater depth than the clear wax.