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Offline Kenmf

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Briwax Water based hard wax oil ?
« on: June 09, 2022, 02:08 PM »
Hi,

Briwax has a water based hard wax oil. Anyone have any experience with this?

Thanks,
Ken
« Last Edit: June 09, 2022, 02:36 PM by Kenmf »

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Offline AstroKeith

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Re: Briwax Water based hard wax oil ?
« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2022, 05:36 AM »
I was watching this thread hoping for some replies myself.

I find the notion of a 'water based' hard wax oil intriguing! Seems like an oxymoron.

I've used the standard Fiddes and Oslo hard wax oil and really recommend them.
Retired engineer/scientist

Offline Kenmf

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Re: Briwax Water based hard wax oil ?
« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2022, 03:54 PM »
I just received a can, I’ll try it later in the week. I’ll post my results.

I’m wondering why there’s not much info on this, Briwax is a well known name and been around a long time. Maybe if they called it Rubio water coat it would get more attention from the youtubers.

I just want a non yellowing alternative to poly for lighter woods like maple and ash. I tried Rubio “white 5%” and “natural”, both were disappointing. The white pigment might look great on a floor, but not for a spalted maple table.