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Briwax Professional Soft & Hard Wax Repair Sticks

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Briwax Professional Soft & Hard Wax Repair Sticks

Wax sticks available in an extensive range of standard colours in both hard wax and soft wax with further special colours available to order.

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Hard and Soft wax sticks

Wax sticks are available in an extensive range of colours in both hard wax and soft wax with further special colours available to order. One -off customised colours can also be supplied on request.
Wax sticks are boxed in packs of 10 or 20 mixed colours and categorised as set A, set B, set C, set D and set E, or a box of 10 any single colours of your choice, all available in hard wax & soft wax, plus a Window set for uPVC window repairs.

Softwax:- Used for small repairs or "pinholing", Softwax can be blended without the need for heat if necessary. it is normally used in conjunction with Hardwax to create grain marks in laminate, foils, uPVC or solid wood.

Hardwax:- The beginning of most repairs. Hardwaxes are melted using a special heating tool to create a colour close enough to that of the substrate that will be a sound base from which to work with other products to complete a repair. Hardwax can be used for quite large holes or scratches due to it's durability but would normally be used in conjunction with soft wax on wood grain finishes.

Set A is a box of 20 mixed colours.
Set B is a box of 10 light colours
Set C is a box of 10 medium colours.
Set D is a box of 10 dark colours.
Set E is a box of mixed colours.
Window set is a box of 10 mixed colours (7 Hardwaxes and 3 Softwaxes

PLEASE NOTE - COLOURS MAY VARY (THE BELOW COLOURS ARE A GUIDE)


Set A - 20 mixed colours, Light , Medium & Dark
118 Light Limba, 302 Light Maple, 306 Light Elm, 308 Green Natural Oak, 309 Elm,
310 Light Cherry Wood, 311 Medium Beech, 320 Mansonia, 333 Natural Beech, 355 Brown Pearwood, 356 Medium Mahogany, 357 Reddish Pearwood, 361 Oak, 364 Light Walnut,
366 Medium Walnut, 381 Reddish Mahogany, 391 White, 392 Natural Walnut, 400 Black,
1029 Larch.

Set B - 10 light colours
118 Light Limba, 123 Light Beech, 124 Dark Maple, 302 Light Maple, 304 African Maple,
391 White, 403 Light Antique Oak, 433 Beech, 655 Cream White, 1029 Larch.

Set C - 10 Medium colours
84 Dark Ash, 306 Light Elm, 308 Green Natural Oak, 309 Elm,
311 Medium Beech, 320 Masonia, 361 Oak,  364 Light Walnut
371 Teak, 1029 Larch

Set D - Dark colours
309 Elm, 348 Swiss Pearwood, 355 Brown Pearwood, 360 Brown Mahogany,
364 Light Walnut, 366 Medium Walnut, 381 Reddish Mahogany, 386 Dark Walnut,
392 Natural Walnut, 400 Black. (PLEASE NOTE SET MAY VARY)

Set E - 10 mixed colours, Light, Medium & Dark
301 Bird's Eye Maple, 306 Lt Elm, 311 Medium Beech, 342 Yellowish Brown,
356 Medium Mahogany, 364 Light Walnut, 381 Reddish Mahogany,
391 White, 392 Natural Walnut, 400 Black.

Window set - 10 mixed colours (7 hard wax & 3 soft wax)
402 Mahogany Base HW, 381 Rosewood HW, 1185 Oak/Cherry HW,
1342 Mahogany Grain HW, 1599 Dark Oak/ Cherry HW, 2 x White HW
381 Rosewood SW, 400 Black SW, 1599 Dark Oak/Cherry SW.


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