Our buffing cloth has been used for polishing by the restorers in our workshop for the past twenty years.
The open weave of this 100% cotton cloth ensures that too much heat does not build up through the friction of polishing. Too much friction and therefore heat will melt the top few molecules of wax and create smearing.
The open weave of our cloth makes life a lot easier when it comes to buffing the wax and achieving an even finish using considerably less elbow power than conventional towelling would require.
EVERY order that leaves the Gilboy's workshop has a complimentary box of sweet peas seeds. We hope you will plant and grow them to provide a rich source of nectar by way of a 'Thank You' to the bees who make the beeswax in our polishes.
Environmental preservation is very important to us and we make every effort to ensure our products have a minimal impact on the environment:
Excellent product, very fast delivery.
I’ve tried different cloths to buff wax over the years. These stockinet cloths are by far the best in my opinion.
Great product and very good service
Brilliant company. Fabulous products. Great service.
Excellent product, beautifully packaged as usual!
Found this product through the Gilboys YouTube channel and am 100% happy with the buffing cloth, the personal service and the delivery. Will be coming back for more!
Thanks for the super soft polishing cloth, it made a lovely job of my ash waxed media unit.
Thanks also for the personal touch, it made dealing with you a pleasure.
I would definitely use you’re products again.
Delivery time was excellent, the quality of the cloth is far superior to the buffing cloths available in my home town in France. I found their instructional videos very helpful.
Not only did I get quality products on time, they came with a handwritten thank you note and a packet of flower seeds to help nurture bees in the garden. I’ll be planting those in the spring and returning to Gilboy’s. Fantastic service. Small things like that make all the difference. Oh, and did I say my antique dining table now gleams in the light?