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Created in England more than 100 years ago, Liberon's paste wax has
come to be regarded as one of the finest available. Use as a protective
finish over bare wood and to create an extra barrier against damage from
water, heat and alcohol on finished furniture. Available in a variety of
A blend of paraffin, microcrystalline and carnauba, blended together
with the highest quality mineral spirits available gives Liberon Fine Paste
Wax its pleasing aroma.
- Can be used directly on bare wood as a finish and is often found
on Oak or Pine country style furniture where the timber needs feeding.
- Use over french polish, varnish or oil finishes to create a protective
- All colors consist of finely ground natural earth pigments.
- Best application is with the Liberon 4/0 steel wool pad - a thin coat is
best. Buff within 20 minutes of the application.
- Clean up or dissolve with mineral spirits.
- The pin hole in the top of each can allows for easy on/off of the lid.
- Easy to repair - simply rewax the affected area!
- Toluene free.
- Non-toxic. Safe for toys!
- 500ml container.
- Neutral - water clear, no pigment, just a protecting
- Clear - light hint of amber, adds "warmth"
- Antique Pine - light, gentle brown
- Walnut - deep, medium brown
- Georgian Mahogany - chocolate brown
- Victorian Mahogany - burgundy color
- Medium Mahogany - a reddish brown
- Medium Oak - medium toned brown
- Dark Oak - rich, dark brown
- Tudor Oak - the darkest brown, close to black, also
considered a Jacobean finish. Ideal to capture that "Arts & Crafts" look.
Customer Reviews and Photos for:
Liberon Black Bison Fine Paste Wax
(7 customer reviews)
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1) Submitted by
Paul , from Plymouth, MN
I used this on my most recent creation and could not be more delighted. I thought it seemed ridiculously expensive, but I wanted a toluene-free wax, and I've appreciated the quality of Liberon steel wool in the past. So I went for it. Three light coats gave me exactly the smooth, silky matte finish I was seeking, but often find elusive. What a nice product!
2) Submitted by
George C., from Los Angeles, CA
I was referred to this wax buy a conservator of fine/antique/historical firearms. Because of it's high carnuba, low beeswax and no parrifin content. The clear works well and doesn't leave white spots on pores. Works well on lighter colored woods. The walnut worked well on some of my older military rifle stocks, takes care of new/minor scratches. It has a pleasant smell. Use sparingly or it gets tacky. Best to use several very thin coats. Take a little time and you'll be real happy for your antiques. Wish it was available in smaller tins.
3) Submitted by
Ray Wisniewski, from Tucson, ARIZONA
I took woodworking classes at Palomar College near San Diego. The instructors always recommended Black Bison Wax which I have used since then and have always had good results. It has a pleasant odor, lasts long, and applies easily. I recommend it highly especially for oiled furniture.
4) Submitted by
Dustin, from Chesterfield, VA
I'm still in the process of using this product to clear up some fine scratches on a kitchen table top. But follow the directions and DO NOT APPLY TOO MUCH! I must have applied too much (Although I thought I was applying a fairly small amount) and am now trying to find some mineral spirits to remove the excess wax and reapply (per the manufacture). It left the table splotchy and wouldn't even buff out with a small electric auto buffer.
5) Submitted by
Suhail, from Washington D.C.
I purchased the tudor oak color of Liberon's Black Bison paste wax. I put it on my rosewood flute and after drying it, I buffed out by hand. This polish turnes my flute into a bit dark and smooth. Smell is ok and after curing smell goes down.
6) Submitted by
MF, from Stevens Point, WI
I purchased the medium oak color of Liberon's Black Bison paste wax. It went on very smoothly and, after drying, buffed out easily by hand. The Black Bison left a very nice silky feel to the wood and really brought out the shine and depth. The smell is not at all objectionable, it smells somewhat like shoe polish .
7) Submitted by
Stan King, from Newport Beach, CA
I have successfully used the "neutral" Black Bison wax on cabinets, doors, and trim. It goes on smoothly, and working it to keep it thin it dries in 1/2 hour or so. I like to use a Liberon furniture brush first then a finishing cloth. It gives a satin shine with NO change to the wood finish color, a nice advantage over trying to match a wax to a wood finish. But the odor is pretty strong even after brushing and buffing with a cloth. Provide ample ventilation, then enjoy the shine.
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