Due to the unprecedented level of demand, we will be temporarily suspending website ordering.
This will ensure we can dispatch all orders currently in our system.
We are aiming to be re-open for all website business on Monday 13th April 2020 (Government permitting).
Thank you for your patience. Watch this space!
|No. of coats||2|
|Coverage||Up to 10m² per litre|
|Drying time||10 mins|
|Size||150ml, 400ml, 2.5L, 5L|
|GTIN||Please Select Size/Option|
Manns Classic Beeswax Polish can be quickly and easily applied to most interior wooden surfaces. It is perfect for obtaining a natural wax finish and can be buffed to achieve a high sheen on bare or previously finished wooden surfaces.
Manns Beeswax Polish can also be used as a leather conditioner, restorer, softener and protector. The wax melts into the leather as it's applied and dries to form a protective, water-resistant layer. This layer of protection insulates the leather and prevents oil, grease and dirt from clogging the surface pores.
Please note: The formulation, packaging and 'in tin' appearance of this product changed from June 2018. The beeswax polish however is of the same high-quality and produces an equally high-quality finish.
Wood surfaces can be stained prior to applying Manns Beeswax Polish if a particular colour is desired.
Always do a test area before starting any project to assess product suitability and final finish. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the container at all times.
To achieve a deep lustre, buff the freshly applied Wax with a soft, lint-free cloth or buffing brush, such as Manns 147 Coarse Wax Buffing Brush.
To make buffing quicker and easier, some wax buffing brushes, such as Woodleys Cylindrical Buffing Brush and Woodleys Small Round Buffing Brush, can be attached to an electric drill. These save on elbow grease and make the process of polishing easier.
If using an electric drill to buff the beeswax polish to a sheen, it's important to let the bristles of the brush do the work. Pushing down on the spinning brush whilst buffing will strip the wax polish from the surface of the wood.
Surfaces are normally re-coated every 12-18 months, although many people re-wax on a more regular basis. Additional coats of beeswax polish will offer an improved patina.
Areas that become scuffed or marked can be easily repaired by gently rubbing the damaged area with a Woodleys Finishing Pad or similar abrasive material, then re-applying Manns Classic Beeswax Polish to the damaged area for an invisible repair.