Healthy Living Hardwax doesn’t just add a gorgeous, long-lasting satin sheen to floors, doors, wooden furniture and more, but it actually creates a dirt and dust resistant, anti-static seal to help keep things looking cleaner and shinier.
BioShield hardwax creates a dirt and dust resistent anti-static seal with a satin sheen on doors, wooden furniture, floors, and other interior surfaces that have previously been finished with #1, #5, or #9 oils.
The surface to be waxed must be dry, non-absorbent, clean, and free of contaminants such as grease or nicotine. On surfaces finished with BioShield oils, the oil must be completely cured before applying this wax.
This product requires several days to cure. Freshly waxed surfaces should be kept free of moisture and heavy foot traffic for about a week or so.
BioShield Hardwax should be applied in a thin, even coat with a lint-free cloth. The surface should then be thoroughly buffed with a dry cloth or brush after two to four hours. Large floors can also be buffed with a white buffing pad on a machine buffer. For an even harder finish, the wax can be rebuffed two to four days after the initial buffing.
Approximately 250 to 500 square feet per 0.40 Liter.
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