Using an Ultra Fine Steel Wool (Grade 0000), apply a thin coat of wax on the surface in the direction of the wood grain. Allow the wax to dry for about 20 minutes and then buff to a sheen with a cotton cloth or a Liberon wax polishing brush. If the wood is new or very dry you may need to apply another coat.
After applying your last coat of wax , let it dry for at least 24 hours before buffing or using your furniture . This will give the wax time to adhere to the furniture and last longer. Use a lint-free cloth to buff the furniture .
Once you have given the wax a chance to set and dry ( typically just a few minutes with most waxes ), you should buff the wax off with a clean microfiber towel.
Once you apply the wax with the round brush, then go back and rub it in and off the surface of the paint with a soft t-shirt rag. The wax needs to be wiped into the paint and then you let it dry. Then you go back and buff with a soft t-shirt fabric.
Re: Car Wax Applied to Interior Wood Furnitures as long as it’s not bare wood any wax will do . the best is the one your going to like to put on and the look of it. So do a test spot.
Wax Products: All of our wax products need to dry before removal. When you can make a clean swipe with your finger (typically up to 10 minutes depending on weather and ambient temperature) the product is ready for the final wipe down.
Wood Oil : Offering more durability than a wax polish, Wood oils are easy to work with, very easy to repair (sand down scratches then reapply) but they do have slower drying times. Wood Varnish: Forming a seal on the surface of the wood , varnishes are the strongest of all wood finishes.
Heat the wax in a pan of hot water until it melts and add some turps, mix and allow to cool and it should end up as a soft paste.
Because the wax is applied by hand , several problems can occur. There is the potential for chemical waste from using too much wax . Moreover, since the orbital machine applies wax more evenly and in lighter coats, it uses as much as 75 percent less product than hand application.
Apply at least two coats of paint , and then two or three coats of Chalk Paint ® Wax or Chalk Paint ® Lacquer to seal and protect them. Remember to always test your cabinets first with both paint and lacquer.
Waxing is a multi-step process, applying the wax and then later buffing the wax. It provides a quality result and durable finish , but the sheen is matte. More buffing can make it shinier, but it still won’t achieve a satin finish . I used clear wax on my dipped office chair.