BRIWAX: Wood Furniture Wax
Briwax furniture wax is used to clean and protect new wood and also restore the patina of older, well-used pieces, giving them a whole new life. Manufactured to a traditional formula using only refined natural Beeswax and other wax blends, Briwax furniture products can be used to clean and revive the natural color of the wood and enrich the patina on the finest furniture.
While other furniture care products come and go from the consumer marketplace, Briwax has been around for over 150 years. It’s been used by professional refinishers, antique dealers and homeowners alike since 1860. Any wood furniture wax with that kind of staying power just has to be good!
Briwax is now available in its original formula
as well as toluene-free
with low odor and fast drying.
Briwax is the “go to” wood wax for all types of furniture surfaces, including wood, granite, metal, and even leather furniture care:
- Wood Floors
- Wood Paneling
- Wood Doors
- Kitchen Cabinets
- Outdoor Furniture
- Wood Collectibles
WHY BRIWAX IS BETTER
- Faux Finishes
- Briwax is an all-natural product, made from beeswax and carnauba wax.
- Briwax prevents skin oils and salts from harming the finish.
- Briwax removes white water rings.
- Dye colors in Briwax diminish minor scratches without changing the character or color of the furniture.
- Briwax is available in 10 different colors.
- Briwax saves hours of elbow grease by quickly restoring the patina of old wood.
- Briwax can also be used for leather furniture care and many other surfaces.
When using natural waxes, water spots and water rings often times occur when in contact with water. Care must be taken if the product is used on floors or steps, as a wax finish can be very slippery. To ensure desired results always test on inconspicuous area first.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Since recorded history, wood carvers and cabinetmakers throughout Europe have always crafted the finest furniture in the world. They needed a furniture wax that would not only protect the original quality of the wood, but also restore that like-new look when their handicraft became an antique. After years of experimentation, master craftsman Henry Flack formulated a blend of soft beeswax and an imported, hard, waxy emollient from the carnauba palm in South America. Henry called his unique formula BRIWAX. Those who witnessed the results spread the news throughout master craftsmen guilds across Europe.
Since Henry first produced his formula, wood craftsmen around the world have used BRIWAX to protect, restore and recondition fine furniture and antiques to their original "patina", a finish which, before the BRIWAX blend, could only be duplicated by laborious hand rubbing.