Wood Remedy

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Wood Remedy

Oakdale Bees
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Wood Remedy is designed to feed and protect all natural woods. Free cloth and buff ball included.

Your 100ml pack includes a free cloth to apply and a buff ball to shine.

Use a small amount in a circular motion wiping off any excess. Allow to dry then get buffing, repeat 2 or 3 times until a lovely luster is achieved. Once a layer is achieved then repeat 2 to 3 times per year.
The wood will darken if currently unprotected or dried. There is no colorant added just natural beeswax and oils which create a protective barrier and bring out the original bloom in the wood.

Beeswax is antibacterial and acts as a natural barrier agent. Always do a patch test. The Beevitalise range contains traces of nuts.

The Beevitalise range is made from natural ingredients only. Made with natural beeswax and ethically sourced natural oils. No Carnauba or Palm Oils or waxes are used, no turpentine, no spirits, no solvents just natural British beeswax and natural plant oils. 90% British ingredients.
Packaging is made from recycled vegan friendly products.

How to apply:
Use the lint free cloth provided and take a small amount and using circular movements rub in. A little goes a long way so use sparingly. Aim for an even coat over the whole surface covering small areas at a time rather than large sways. Wait 24 hours and repeat until a lovely shiny protective base is achieved then repeat as required to ensure it remains nourished. Using the further cloth to buff to a shine.

Wax is a natural product with a melting point of 80°c.

Passionate about the environment and all things to do with Bees, Oakdale Bees make by hand, natural, eco hive products including Beeswax wraps, wood, leather and bowl polishes. British ingredients and eco packaging are sourced from ethical suppliers which are centric to their philosophy. They keep hives in four acres of wild meadow fields bordering Royal Windsor forest.

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