Briwax demonstration


Nancy from Better with Age Antique Interiors, located at Renninger’s Antiques Center, Mt. Dora, Florida shows how she likes to use briwax on her products. Nancy has a shop in the Renninger’s Antiques Center Mt. Dora, Florida which is open every Saturday & Sunday from 9 AM to 5 PM. www.renningers.com http

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I am a committed Catholic, wife and mommy who loves making old, ugly things beautiful again! Homeschooler, crafter, scrapbooker, family "historian", high tea (and High Mass) lover, prolife lady who loves her family and loves living in the mountains where I get all 4 seasons.

3 thoughts on “Briwax demonstration”

  1. Hudson I have used it on a sealed bar top I built but Briwax Pronounced By Wax not Brie Wax is best on a wood surface that is either natural and or stained. I only use Briwax on all of my restoration or new wood projects. Simply the best. Also choose the Original with the toluene The mix is better in my opinion although both are superb pro products. I have been using Briwax for 23 years and on two major English historical homes I restored. Wouldn’t trust anything else

  2. Hi Nancy,

    Great informational video! I have a question? Can you use the Briwax on a sealed surface like a antique bed that has been sealed with a poly, etc… It appears that the Briwax you are using is the Ebony color? If so, can I use it on a dark maple colored bed?

    Thank you!
    Hudson

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