INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

ALWAYS TEST FIRST!

Some problems are easily solved with a small amount of Lemon Oil Beeswax furniture polish applied with a cloth. In order to judge your requirements, always treat a small inconspicuous area first.

Supplies: (Depending on which procedure you are doing you might not need all supplies)
Soft lint-free cloth (old tee shirt works well)
Natural bristle paint brush
Tooth brush (hard bristle)
0000 Steel Wool (extra fine)
Protective plastic gloves
Use with adequate ventilation


General Cleaning
Apply with a natural bristle tooth brush, paint brush or a soft cloth. Wipe area in a circular motion to remove soil and excess. Buff area. If very dry, reapply. Repeat this procedure once a month to maintain rejuvenated finish. SECRET: This also works well for paneling.

Deep Cleaning Instructions
Apply product to furniture with a natural bristle paint brush. Let soak for 15 minutes. Beginning at top and working down, rub with 0000 steal wool ALWAYS GOING WITH THE GRAIN. Buff with a soft cloth. May need to repeat procedure if piece still appears soiled or too dry. For restoring furniture that is heavily soiled, it may take several applications using 0000 steel wool (extra fine) SECRET: This works well for once a year maintenance on church pews.

For Intricate Carvings or Spindles
ALWAYS TEST on a small inconspicuous area first! Works wonders on intricate carvings! Apply product with a hard natural bristle tooth brush or paint brush. Let soak for 15 minutes. Cover tooth brush with a soft cloth. Rub over area to remove residue. May need to repeat procedure if piece still appears soiled or too dry. SECRET: Works well on American, English, French, Chinese, Austrailian, New Mexican, Egyptian, European, Japanese, Italian, Swedish, Indian, British Columbia, Asian and African furniture.

Cleaning Metal
Apply and polish with a soft cloth. Buff. SECRET: Maintain the beauty of metal hardware easily as you preserve the finish of your fine antiques in one easy step with Lemon Oil Beeswax. Also restore kitchen cabinet hardware with
with Lemon Oil Beeswax.


He
avily Soiled or Rusty Metal
Apply with natural bristle brush. Lightly polish with 0000 steel wool until soil or rust is gone. Wipe and buff with a soft cloth. SECRET: Enhances color on metal and tin toys and tin containers. (Do not use steel wool on tin toys or containers).

Marble & Formica Counter Tops
Apply and buff with a soft cloth.
SECRET: Apply product to marble and then buff with a crumbled brown paper bag , it  polishes marble better than a cloth. Then buff with a soft cloth. In some cases you may avoid kitchen cabinet resurfacing  by cleaning your cabinets with Lemon Oil Beewax.

Guitars and Other Wooden Instruments
Apply to a small area at a time and buff with a soft cloth.
Be careful to keep product away from metal playing parts. SECRET: Lemon Oil Beeswax will brighten the color of wood

Tips and Techniques for restoring antique furniture


Can be used as a finish on raw wood ...
Lemon Oil penetrates the wood grain pattern and the beeswax puts a protective seal over wood. Several coats may be needed to create a nice patina.

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