Furniture Wax Finish and PolishWalrus Oil
Walrus Oil Furniture Wax is a dense, hard wax designed to add water protection, a little shine, and color richness to woodworking projects. Also useful for polishing old furniture and wood items. Handcrafted with food-safe Carnauba Wax, Candelilla Wax, Polymerizing Safflower Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, Tung Oil, and Perilla Seed Oil, with a hint of Lime for freshness. Cures to a matte to satin finish.
100% Plant Based
Food Grade Ingredients
Tables, Chairs, Bookcases, Coffee Tables, Picture Frames, Wooden Boxes and more.
For best results use our Furniture Wax over our oil-based Furniture Finish after it has dried for at least 24 - 48 hrs. Apply thin layer of wax to the entire surface with either a rag or electric buffer. Let it set for 1 hr and then buff away excess residue. Repeat until desired number of coats and look is achieved. After final coat, allow 24 - 48 hrs for surface to become dry to touch. May take up to 1 week to be completely dry to touch and up to 4 weeks to be completely cured. While curing, it's ideal for the wood piece to be kept in a temperature controlled environment. Humidity and high heat can prolong cure time. Keep liquids off surface for up to 4 weeks.
For best results use by expiration date on can. Store at room temperature or in a cool and dry place. Keep can sealed when not in use.
I have switched almost exclusively using Walrus Oil for all my boards. Big tip it is amazing on epoxy lake boards!
Just try it. You’re gonna love it.
I absolutely love this stuff and all the other products that I’ve tried so far never unsatisfied yet!!
I’ve been using polymerized tung oil and wax to finish furniture for more than 30 years. It’s nice to find a high quality wax with no solvents, so I am giving it a try. This wax is easy to apply and seems to create a gorgeous finish. The 4 week cure time means that it will be a while before I know how durable this wax is, however.
I'm so happy to find a professional quality wax that has no solvents! The 4 week cure time means it will be a while before I know how durable it is, but I will happily trade a little performance for a solvent free wax.