Beeswax Wood Finish Advantages: Benefits And Disadvantages



Brief Overview

Beeswax Wood Preserver is a natural wax that penetrates directly into the wood in order to eliminate dry, moisture, dull, and sun damaged surfaces, leaving the surface wonderful lustrous, warm shine. Beeswax gives a type of shine that professional home decorators dream of. The beeswax is suitable for all different types of wood such as the Beech, Mahogany, Oak, Pine, Teak, Walnut and Yew.
Why Is Beeswax Good For The Wood?
It is a natural wax that is used to feed and protect wooden surfaces that are bare, the beeswax seals and protects all types of wood as mentioned above as well as wooden surfaces and gives it a durable, long-lasting and natural looking shine.

Beeswax Wood Finish Benefits And Disadvantages

Some of the benefits, as well as disadvantages of Beeswax Wood Finish, are mentioned below:

Benefits/Pros

There are a huge number of benefits of the beeswax and some of them are mentioned below:
1.Easy To Apply: The beeswax is very easy to apply to the furniture by simple cloth.
2.Water Resistant: It is moderately water resistant which in turn means the user will have more time to clean the spills.
3.Coating Nails & Screws: The beeswax helps to coat the nails and screws easily because they do not splinter the wood while hammering them in.
4.Prevent Rust: It is a very helpful coating to prevent the rusting of the tools like hand tools, cast iron pieces, and shovels.
5.Wood Lubricant: It can be used on the sliding doors or windows which would otherwise tend to stick, the beeswax coating that makes their movement very smooth.

Disadvantages/Cons

1.Maintenance: The beeswax requires frequent re-application in order to retain the look and protection.
2.Heat: In case of heat, it gets Damaged leaving white rings on the furniture.
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