Cambridge Traditional Products 10oz. Neutral Beeswax Furniture Polish P2 – We have a new oak table and it was recommended that we use solely beeswax polish to keep it

Cambridge Traditional Products 10oz. Neutral Beeswax Furniture Polish P2 – We have a new oak table and it was recommended that we use solely beeswax polish to keep it

I’m sure the manufacturer would harumph but. I’m sure the manufacturer would harumph but if you warm and dilute it with white spirit it goes on much better and more economically, if the wood is badly starved put on a well diluted coat with a brush first.

I had wiped my rosewood table with a wet chamois by mistake and couldn’t get the marks off with normal polish, so went online for help and cambridge traditional beeswax was recommended. It took a couple of applications but i’m glad to say my table is now back to its shining self.

But then what would you expect. Brings out the beauty of the wood leaving a glorious soft sheen with no sticky residue and – if you like the aroma of forest pine resin – the turpentine will knock you out.

  • This is really good wax. I’m sure the manufacturer would harumph but
  • did a good job and the doors look
  • The more you polish the better

Your house smells great after using it, and it last along time.

We have a new oak table and it was recommended that we use solely beeswax polish to keep it. We have a new oak table and it was recommended that we use solely beeswax polish to keep it protected. After a lot of ‘research’ on line we bought our first jar of this product and it has so impressed us (though methinks i perhaps ‘overdosed’ the table initially) that i have bought another two jars for the longer term. Such a lovely product – and does exactly as stated in the advetising blurb.

Features of Cambridge Traditional Products 10oz. Neutral Beeswax Furniture Polish P2

  • Made to a 19th Century recipie re-discovered in 1979 by Primary School teacher Adrian Perkins.
  • The neutral polish can be used on any wood, light or dark, without changing the colour of the wood.
  • Also available in brown for dark wood, covering scratches and ageing pine.
  • 283g but also available in 142g and 1.8kg

Easy to use and smells like lovely.

The more you polish the better. Hard work but well worth itlovely smell.

Cambridge traditional beeswax polish. I use this fantastic polish on my antique furniture. It is really easy to use and smells lovely – a sort of natural aroma of polished wood. What i most like about it is that it is all natural, with ingredients that actually enhance the quality of the wood and care for it too. It is a special product which i think i once saw referred to on bbc tv antiques show. One of the presenters told the owner of the piece of furniture to use a spot of this product to bring it back to its former glory. The other good thing about it is that it is surprisingly cheap to use, a jar lasts a long time. I would definitely recommend this polish from cambridge traditional products if you want to make your furniture look good and smell nice too.

A fantastic product i would recommend this to any one, i am sure that you will enjoy it and find it a great addition.

After the initial smell of ‘turpentine’ dissipated the lovely smell of beeswax is left – best to use polish outside or with windows open, though doesn’t take long for the smell to dissipate. Leaves a nice soft finish to the wood, soaks in really quickly and no oily feel or residue left. Yes, it does have warning labels on the jar as my partner pointed out but this is in reply to those concerned left by the company – i read this comment in a review of the same product in a smaller size:’it is a legal requirement that these warnings are included on the label as the polish contains turpentine. Although this is a natural product (distilled pine sap), in its pure form it is flammable. Turpentine is the traditional and best solvent used in this type of polish and any polish containing turpentine should have the same warnings.

Easy to use smell is a bit strong but does dissapate quickly.

Very runny, bit more than expected but applied ok. Smells strongly for a while though. Very strong turps smell to it. Very runny – it is cut with turps. Shake the jar well & it gets more homogenous, seemed to apply easily & soaked in ok on the first application.

The polish arrived on time and is a really good buy. It is easy to apply and enhances the look of the furniture as well as providing protection.

Perfect for everything woody. Perfect for everything woody. I was a bit concerned about some reviews that mentioned the smell. I does have a strong smell, but it quickly evaporates. Very easy to apply, even on new untreated wood.

Does the job perfectly of protecting my wooden furniture. Creates a lovely protective shine just make sure you mix before using. You cannot beat traditional polish like this.

Cambridge traditional beeswax polish. I use this fantastic polish on my antique furniture. It is really easy to use and smells lovely – a sort of natural aroma of polished wood. What i most like about it is that it is all natural, with ingredients that actually enhance the quality of the wood and care for it too. It is a special product which i think i once saw referred to on bbc tv antiques show. One of the presenters told the owner of the piece of furniture to use a spot of this product to bring it back to its former glory. The other good thing about it is that it is surprisingly cheap to use, a jar lasts a long time. I would definitely recommend this polish from cambridge traditional products if you want to make your furniture look good and smell nice too.

Easy to use and smells like lovely.

Absolutely lovely – creamy and easy to use and the smell takes me back to childhood.

Very easy to use and wood looks great. I only polish wood twice a year and this is fine. I have difficulties with arthritis and this is relatively easy to apply and polish up.

I had wiped my rosewood table with a wet chamois by mistake and couldn’t get the marks off with normal polish, so went online for help and cambridge traditional beeswax was recommended. It took a couple of applications but i’m glad to say my table is now back to its shining self.

I think this a great product. It goes on easily and is quickly absorbed by the wood. It does not require any elbow grease.It does smell when you first put it on but that passes. I usually wait til a sunny day, use it in the morning then leave the windows open and the smell has gone by the evening.

Best beeswax polish i have found. Easy to apply and does not go into thick smears which are hard to polish out like most polishes. I have tried several other makes but this one is by far the best. I will not now use anything else.

The more you polish the better. Hard work but well worth itlovely smell.

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