A fine museum quality wax, based on an old family recipe, goes on like butter. It is soft and smooth. Easy to apply, it provides a durable finish with a beautiful luster and has almost no odour.
Application Tool: Brush, lint free rag
Location: Interior low traffic surfaces
Re-coat Time: As needed - however applying too quickly will result in reactivating the prior layer of wax and it may remove it.
Top Coat: None recommended. Wax is always last.
Clean Up: Odourless Solvent
Coverage: 150-300 sq.ft. depending on size and amount applied
Finish/Sheen: Matte to high sheen. Each additional layer and buffing increases the sheen.
Recommended Uses: Adding a sheen to your furniture or showing details with a tinted wax over textured or carved details.
Can Be Applied To: Virtually all surfaces and top coats
Can Be Painted Over: No
Cure Time: 30 Days
Maintenance/Cleaning: Light cleaners, as they will strip away the wax.
How To Use It:
Use a clean cotton cloth or brush to apply wax in a thin layer, working into recesses of carved details or surface imperfections. Wipe away excess. Allow it to dry for 3-5 minutes. Buff to a shine with a clean lint-free cotton cloth.
We have multiple sizes for all kinds of projects, even a small container will cover quite far. You only need a very thin layer of wax to your piece to achieve excellent results.
Did You Know?
Fusion waxes are produced by one of the oldest family run Furniture Wax makers in Canada.
A fine museum quality wax, based on an old family recipe, goes on like butter.
Easy to apply, it provides a durable finish with a beautiful lustre and has almost no odour.
As this product only contains essential oils, the scents will diffuse quickly and is only intended to be apparent for the duration of waxing and will slowly fade away within a couple of days. These waxes will not fill the room with a strong aroma of either scent and will not yellow over time.
What It Will Look Like:
When applied to your wooden or painted surface, the wax will be clear. After removing the excess and allowing it to harden for 5-10 mins you can either leave for a matte sheen or buff to a beautiful lustre!
All waxes take about 30 days to cure. Gently use your pieces within that time.
What Else Can It Be Used For?
These waxes are very versatile. They can be used for furniture restoration to art work and more! Can be used on concrete, cast iron and other materials to richen their look.
Wax is a very popular choice for finishing Milk Paint, and with the wide colour selection to choose from there is one for any look you desire.
What is the difference between this wax and other brands?
Fusion Furniture Wax is based on an old family recipe for museum quality wax. Our furniture wax is safer to use than many other brands on the market, as it does not contain volatile and smelly solvents. It is very easy to use and does not require a lot of elbow grease to buff to a shine.
How do I buff my wax to a shine?
It’s so easy! Once your wax is brushed or wiped on, use a nice soft and plush applicator to buff. It is recommended to use a rag bunched up into a soft “pillow” or one of Fusion's applicator pads. Buff with light pressure in small circles until you’re happy with the results. Usually the wax will get very smooth and slippery once it’s buffed.
How do I use this wax for accenting?
Simply brush or wipe onto the areas you want accented. For detailed areas, a brush is recommended to get into the crevices. Then wipe away the excess wax until you are happy with the results.
How do I remove the wax when I put too much on?
There’s a few different methods you can use. First, you can wipe off the wax right away and usually get most of it off. If it’s been sitting for a little while, you can use mineral spirits to completely remove it. If you want to reduce the colour but still want some of the wax left behind, you can apply come clear wax as an “eraser” and remove both the clear and coloured with a lint free rag.
Can I use this over Fusion Mineral Paint?
Yes you can! It’s a great way to accent details or to add a bit of sheen.
Can I use Fusion Mineral Paint over the Furniture Wax?
No - it must first be removed with mineral spirits.