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BRIWAX® is a multipurpose interior use wax.
Briwax® Original Formula
BRIWAX is a solvent based blend of beeswax and carnauba wax, two natural waxes for wood finishes. Most of the waxes found on the shelves today contain the solvents turpentine or mineral spirits. Briwax uses a much hotter aromatic solvent, toluene, which allows for emulsifying hard durable waxes like carnauba to give protection to finished surfaces. The use of an aromatic solvent results in the wax setting much quicker since the solvent flashes off quickly allowing the user to buff and burnish the wax to a luster quickly.
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Original Formula Tech & Data
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Briwax 2000 - a low odor blend.
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Briwax 2000 Tech & Data
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There are ten shades of Briwax® to enhance the natural beauty of your finished piece.
Clear , Light Brown, Golden Oak, Rustic Pine, Tudor Brown, Dark Brown, & Antique Mahogany , Dark Oak, Teak, Ebony
Chart below shows coloration when applied to "unsealed" white pine. There is much more of a stain effect when applied to an unsealed finish. When applied over a sealed finish, the effect is toning of the background coloration in the direction of the pigmented wax. A sealed finish could be over a stain, polymerizing oil, i.e.: Tung Oil, paint, sanding sealer, shellac, or more often than not an old beat up antique finish, or a fine old finish which needs some luster. Thus, if Dk Br is applied over "old blue paint", you have a toned deeper, richer blue with luster. Wax is about luster, not a mirror gloss. It is about lustrous beauty, not acrylic durability.
Please note that Briwax is not compatible over all surfaces, unfinished, sealed or otherwise. (True of all waxes) Be sure to test in an inconspicuous area to work out any problem that might occur. Briwax is not for exterior use.

 
English Color Equivalents
Some tins of Briwax from England are labeled slightly different. The following is a chart to match US color to the English color. So if you have a tin of wax with an unrecognizable color option you may use the chart below to find a corresponding color:
Briwax P-7 or Medium Brown = "Light Brown"
Briwax Antique Brown or # 37 = "Golden Oak"
Briwax Jacobean or # 181 = "Dark Brown"

Trade Size Briwax
Need a larger size for that bigger job. Refinishing or restoring some floors. Try the 7 lb. trade size with a special to the trade price. Available in Original & Briwax 2000. Mix colors on any qty.
Briwax in Briwax Trade size tins

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Our Business Name: Briwax Wood Care
1 - 800 - 274 - 9299 ( 1 - 800 - B R I W A X  -X )
Voice Mail & Fax Line (212) 504 9550
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rogeredwards@briwaxwoodcare.com
 
This page is put together by Roger Edwards from BRIWAX® product information and use materials, and materials provided by Bollom LTD of the UK for our specific use in selling Briwax products.
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1.Briwax® is a registered trademark of Briwax International Ltd (located in the UK).