Restore with Briwax

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Briwax is a formulated blend of soft beeswax and an imported,
hard, waxy emollient from the carnauba palm in South America.
Wood craftsmen around the world have used Briwax to protect,
restore and recondition fine furniture and antiques to their
original "patina" which could only be duplicated by laborious


By using Briwax, there is no faster, easier way to color  protect wood moldings, spindles, and unpainted furniture..Briwax can also be used to protect metals such as brass,
chrome, copper, and aluminum from tarnishing as quickly as
unprotected metals.and Briwax is available in clear and ten wood colors. The Clear has been specially formulated so that it will not darken the wood,
just enhance the grain. The wood colors enable you to tone-
down or tone-up new wood, as well as, helping to fill-in small
surface scratches and chips in older furniture or priceless
antiques. Inherent cleaning agents in Briwax allow dirt, oil, and
old wax to be dissolved and lifted away, leaving a durable,
lustrous hand-rubbed finish.

Briwax should be applied sparingly with a soft cloth. Allow to
dry, then buff with a clean, lint-free cloth. Once opened, seal
the tin well. Laying a piece of plastic on top of the wax in the tin
before applying the metal lid, helps to keep the air trapped in
the tin from drying the wax..

To learn more about Briwax, please visit Renninger's Antiques
Market, Adamstown Pa-Booths B14 and B24 or contact Len
Possoff at 215-275-0870 or


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Sheryl Possoff

Sheryl Possoff is an owner and operator of Antique Supplies at Renninger's Antique Market in Adamstown, PA.

-"We carry the largest selection of antique and jewelry supplies in the area and beyond. We have been at Renninger's in Adamstown, PA for over 13 years, and had previously owned a jewelry store in Philadelphia for over 30 years. Please visit Antique Supplies on this website where our products are listed."

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