Beeswax Liquid Satin Antique Pine 1L

A traditional liquid wax that gives an authentic finish and nourishes interior wood.
Beeswax Liquid Satin Antique Pine

In detail

A traditional liquid wax that gives an authentic finish and nourishes absorbent interior hard and softwood, particularly oak and pine. 

Excellent for larger and very dry surfaces such as staircases, beams, doors and floors.

Application Methods
Up to 12sq/m per litre 
Up to 1 hour 
Antique Pine 
Brush cleaner or White spirit 

Available colours

Liberon Beeswax Liquid Satin Antique Pine is available in 1 colours from the Liberon Colour Cards.

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    Always ask your client to try their colour choice on the wall first. Colour cards and emulsion sample pots are available at your local Brewers or at

    Additional information

    Liberon Liquid Beeswax with pure turpentine is ideal for nourishing absorbent woods such as pine and oak, especially unsealed or for use on items that have been dipped for stripping. A natural protector of wood it guards against dryness and is particularly suitable for large and very dry surfaces such as beams, floors, doors and staircases.

    Remove old waxes and dirt with Liberon Wax and Polish Remover if necessary. Ensure the surface is clean, dry and free from dust.

    Shake well before use. Apply Liberon Liquid Beeswax with a cloth, brush or spray gun. Allow to become touch dry for a minimum of 6 hours — longer if possible, then buff with a clean cotton cloth, Liberon Wax Polishing Brush or for a faster finish with Liberon Drill Brush. Repeat the operation on new or very dry wood as it may require two or more coats. For a better quality finish apply thin coats of wax and build-up to the desired level of sheen, buffing between coats.

    Important: Always test product on a spare surface or inconspicuous area for colour, compatibility and end result.

    Cleaning and maintenance
    Wipe over with a cloth or duster then re-wax as required, when the surface looks dull and tired. Do not wash with water.

    Not suitable for high water areas such as kitchens and bathrooms. We recommend the use of Liberon oils or varnishes in these areas.