The Liberon wax range is quite impressive as it comes in a wide variety of different finishes and polishes. How do you know what is the correct Liberon wax to use for your project? Below is the ultimate guide to their entire wax range with colour charts and what each product is used for.
Liberon Wax Polish Black Bison Range
The Black bison range is a high quality blend of waxes renowned for its distinctive fragrance, it enhances the natural beauty of wood. Wax Polish Black Bison paste is ideal for nourishing and protecting all types of wood and is well known for its quality and distinctive, pleasant smell. It is also suitable for use on new and old wood to protect it from dryness. Wax Polish Black Bison is not suitable for humid environments such as bathrooms and kitchens.
Liquid Wax Polish Black Bison
Libeon Black Bison Liquid wax is a hard wearing polish, ideal for protecting large surfaces and good for covering marks and scratches. It is particularly suitable for feeding, nourishing and protecting large surfaces such as panelling, doors, staircases and other large interior woodwork. It is very simple to apply with either a cloth, brush or spray gun. Leave for a minimum of 30 minutes or until touch dry, then buff with a clean cotton cloth, or for a faster finish with Liberon Wax Polishing Brush. In cold weather wax may thicken in the tin. To soften remove cap and stand in a bowl of hot water for 5 minutes. Replace cap and shake.
Repeat if necessary.
Liquid Beeswax with Pure Turpentine
Liquid Beeswax with Pure Turpentine is a rich blend of natural Beeswax and Turpentine mix for a hard-wearing traditional finish. This is particularly suitable for large surface areas such as beams, doors and staircases as it maintains absorbent woods such as unsealed pine or oak. It is ideal for wood that has been dipped for stripping and gives a soft, satin finish that is clear. With these types of finishes, do not wash waxed surfaces. To clean simply wipe over with a cloth or duster and re-wax as required.
Home Colour Care Decorative Furniture Wax
Home Colour Care Decorative Furniture Wax has a metallic and pearlised finish. The wax gives a silky sheen with iridescent reflections while nourishing your precious wooden furniture. It is formulated with natural waxes and pearlised pigments to give a silky sheen while nourishing wood. It offers resistance to everyday stains. It won’t clog up or show fingerprints on the wood. For a more marked effect, you can open the grain of the wood by using the Liberon Liming Brush.
Liberon Liming Wax
Liberon Liming Wax is a white wax paste used to create a decorative limed effect on oak, Pine and other hardwoods around the home. A dark wood will render the limed effect more striking
than a light wood. It works particularly well when the grain has been opened using a bronze liming brush. We have done a full step by step guide with videos on our article ‘how to lime wood‘ We also supply the full liming kit with everything you need to produce a decorative look.
Black Patinating Wax
Liberon special effects Black Patinating Wax is used to create striking effects, age wood and disguise repairs. It works on all types of materials such as metal, wood and plaster. It is ideal for producing a patina on modern furniture and blending repairs to old antique furniture. It can also be used for adding a coloured finish or highlighting areas on finished pieces such as carvings.
Liberon Verdigris Wax is a multi-purpose coloured decorative wax to give green hues of oxidised copper and brass. It creates striking effects on all types of material such as metal, wood and plaster. The shades of oxidised copper can be worked into moulding, bronzes, papier maché, alabaster and carvings. It can also be applied as a wax finish to bare or coloured wood.
Wax Filler Stick
Liberon Wax Filler Sticks are a blended wax filler for repairing
finished furniture. It is used to fill small to medium holes, cracks and scratches without sanding or having to strip the finish. Liberon Wax Filler Sticks are available in a wide range of wood colours. The advantages of application without a heat source and lack of shrinkage make them ideal for use on finished furniture and other articles.