Liming Wax is ideal for application on timbers such as oak or those which normally exhibit distinctive deep grain pattern. On application Liming Wax fills the open timber pores offering contrasting white tone and emphasizing the grain across the whole surface area, typical of a “Limed” finish.
Sand the wooden substrate in stages, working with a medium sandpaper (120 grit), through to a medium/fine grade (180-220). Always sand in the direction of the grain pattern where possible, ensuring the removal of any blemishes and glue residue. To emphasise grain pattern, a clean wire brush can be used to drag along the grain to open pores. Take care to remove all traces of sanding dust prior to application.
Apply liberally with a lint free cotton cloth or 0000 steel wool, working well into the grain in a circular motion. Once the surface is completely covered, rub lightly across the grain making sure the liming wax remains in the open pores. Leave approximately 5-10 minutes and buff in the direction of the grain with a soft cotton cloth. Finish with a coat of Clear Supreme Wax Polish to further enhance sheen level and protection.
Cloth, Brush, Sponge.
3 Minutes at room temperature.
16 sqm per Litre (depending on substrate and method of application).
1 coat – The application of additional coats will deepen the existing colour/shade and enhance sheen level.
Recommended for use on
Fine Furniture, Doors, Cabinet Work and Panelling