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'rose gold' Beeswax Wood Polish (1 litre)

A medium shade beeswax polish specially formulated for use on Rosewood, Light Mahogany, Cherry, and Honey Oak furniture or similar coloured woods.

  • REVIVES AND PROTECTS ALL TYPES OF WOOD FINISHES
  • BRINGS OLD FURNITURE BACK TO LIFE
  • PRESERVES THE FINISH OF ANTIQUE WOOD

Simply the best beeswax polish for any type of wood. 

  • Made from the highest quality natural waxes to bring out the shine and protect your furniture
  • INCLUDES ultra-soft '0000' grade wire wool for the best application
  • INCLUDES 100% cotton open-weave polishing cloth for easier buffing 
  • 100% natural ingredients
    • The best triple-filtered beeswax, organically-farmed and humanely-harvested by the world-renowned beekeepers at Buckfast Abbey
    • Natural T1-grade carnauba wax
    • Natural myrica, Japan and berry waxes
    • Pure pine gum spirits of turpentine
    • No white spirit, No toluene, No aggressive petrochemical solvents and definitely No silicone!
  • Say 'Thank You' to the bees by growing our complimentary sweet pea seeds  **unfortunately this offer excludes USA due to FDA regulations


    Our beeswax furniture polish provides the best protection for the finish of all woods. It is very easy to apply and a little polish goes a very long way because turpentine holds much more wax in suspension by volume than any petrochemical solvent. 

    We have developed our beeswax furniture polish to such a fine blend that you don't necessarily have to polish again for at least a year and possibly up to three years. 

    ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY

    Environmental preservation is very important to us and we make every effort to ensure our products have a minimal impact on the environment:

    • We are not driven by a corporate cost-reduction ethos. We select our components based on quality and sustainability rather than the cheapest alternatives
    • 100% Plastic-free recyclable packaging
      • Recycled cardboard and paper from FSC-approved mixed sources
      • Packing tape that is paper & cotton based with a water-based gum adhesive which can be recycled along with the cardboard boxes
      • No polypropylene-based tape. We use biodegradable raffia twine.
    • No petrochemical solvents, we use only pure pine gum spirits of turpentine
    • Our workshop roof is completely covered in solar panels and generates far more electricity than we consume

    Customer Reviews

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    M
    M.H.
    Used on furniture in a 70 year old caravan
    J
    J.D.
    Impressed
    M
    M.C.
    Wow
    R
    R.H.
    Better than expected.
    S
    S.B.
    Just the best
    W
    W.J.
    Quality & stellar customer care
    M
    M.G.
    Beautiful packaging, products and great customer service.
    R
    R.H.
    Excellent
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    m.r.
    too soon to tell but....
    Hi Michael. Thank you for your review. How effective the polish will be at reviving sun bleached furniture will come down to how absorbent the surface is that it is being applied to. If it is dry and sun bleached then the wax will be readily absorbed and will help revive the colour., But if the original finish is still in-tact then the polish will struggle to penetrate the surface. As you very kindly state the polish will still add protection and you're helping to prevent further surface damage. Be careful not to add too much wax, give it time to dry hard. Our polishes are packed full of raw ingredients so it wont take much to build up a considerable layer pf polish. Much more so than other waxes. Thank you for your review and if I can help in any way please do contact us. Kind regards Simon
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    P.H.
    Query
    Hi Paul. It sounds like too much wax has gone on. The waxes need time to harden between applications. It will harden over time.. Try this technique: Make a pad of soft wire wool, dry with no wax. With continuous even pressure wipe it over the surface in straight lines following the grain. This will help to even out the polish as well as gently remove a small amount of polish. Let me know how you get on. Kind regards Simon