The product contains carnauba wax, which gives the surface hardness. Carnauba wax is obtained from the leaves of a species of Brazilian palm tree and is the hardest wax that can be found in nature.
Surface treatment for oiled surfaces (wood, cork, stone and ceramics) and lino:msuitable for floors, furniture, doors and much more. Unsuitable for wet rooms and for kitchen counter-tops. Do not use on untreated, absorbent surfaces!
Ready to apply, pasty consistency
hard-wearing, dirt and water-resistant
Diffusible, antistatic and warm to touch
Easy to work with and touch up
Saliva and sweat-resistant according to DIN 53160
Cobalt, lead and barium-free
Linseed oil, balsamic turpentine, carnauba wax, beeswax, linseed stand oil, tung stand oil and manganese drier
Warning! There is a risk of self-ignition when working materials are soaked with product.
Application Apply Floor Hard Wax very thinly and evenly with a lint-free cloth. Avoid excess amounts. For larger areas: Apply Floor Hard Wax in patches with a trowel. Alternatively, warm to approx. 60°C, drip onto the floor and then rub in evenly with a polishing machine. Leave for no longer than 4-6 hours and polish the surface with a lint-free cloth, brush, polishing broom or polishing machine until the surface achieves a silky-shiny appearance. The minimum temperature for application is 10°C. It may be difficult to polish away any dried excess wax which has become white and opaque. Excess amounts can be removed with a cleaning pad (machine) or a scouring pad (Scotch Brite).
Drying Time The waxed surface must be polished after 4 – 6 hours at 20°C. Hardened after approx. 24 – 48 hours.
Tinting with pigments is not recommended. Low-impact areas may be tinted for aesthetic purposes on request.
Note Due to the content of natural oils, a yellowing occurs on surfaces with low exposure to light. A typical odour is emitted when natural oils dry; this disappears with time. Failure to remove iron filings on the surface can cause discolouration when applying the product. Not recommended for use on inside surfaces of cupboards; these are best treated with Shellac Varnish, Carnauba Wax Emulsion or Corfu Soap.