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Clear Furniture Bowling Alley Wax 1 lb

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  • Staples Wax is one of the oldest and most respected names for protecting floors, furniture, and woodwork. In 1897 Staples began making floor and furniture wax with imported premium grades of carnauba wax, derived from Brazilian palm leaves. Since that time Staples Wax has earned its...

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    Staples Wax is one of the oldest and most respected names for protecting floors, furniture, and woodwork. In 1897 Staples began making floor and furniture wax with imported premium grades of carnauba wax, derived from Brazilian palm leaves. Since that time Staples Wax has earned its reputation for its quality blends and the industry's highest content of expensive carnauba, the hardest natural wax known to man. To this day, Staples Wax takes no shortcuts. It contains no synthetics, silicone, or soft beeswax. Curators and professional floor care specialists count on Staples Wax not only for its rich beauty, but for its long lasting protection. Staples Paste Wax is available in clear and brown.
    Features:

    • Premium Carnauba Protection
    • Rich & Lustrous Finish
    • For Floors, Furniture, and Woodwork

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    Reviews

    4.5 out of 5 stars
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    1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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      briwax rocks!

      for relief carving i recommend you keep a toothbrush handy to remove a little of the extra wax that accumulates in recesses. this stuff goes on easy,dries fast and gives a lovely lustre to the wood,especially over aniline dyes.i definitely recommend this product.

    2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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      Eye appealing and communicated product

      I use this product to put a finish on my woodturings and it does a great job

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