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For reclaimed or unsealed wood dining tables, desks, benches, stools, console tables, media stands, and shelves. Use on raw, salvaged, reclaimed wood furniture to enhance the beautiful wood grains and add an element of protection against liquids and other food. You get a 12 oz jar of this awesome stuff that will make your furniture look rich in color and make those grains pop! This is made of all natural ingredients so your kids and pets are safe! It smells amazing as well! (stool pictured doesn't come with the purchase)

We also sell the 2 oz jars for 4.95 if you would like to try it out first. The amazing thing about Swilley's wood rub is that it also doubles as a leather conditioner! We think perhaps it will also have additional uses we haven't even thought up yet. You will also get a free 2 oz jar with any furniture purchase in our shop. It's the most natural wood conditioner and treatment you will ever find on the market and we think its the best! That's why our name is on it ! Made in Brooklyn, where we sell more of our reclaimed wood furniture than any other place on the planet.

USING Swilley's All Natural Wood Rub:
To apply, use a clean cloth and dab a small amount of paste out of the jar and onto your wood. You can rub it in any direction that you are comfortable with. As you start to rub the paste in, it will begin to melt. The melted oils will get absorbed by the wood and you will notice the grain becoming more visible and colors, enriched.

Once applied and thoroughly soaked in you should buff off any remaining rub with a clean cloth. Your table is now ready to enjoy.

How frequently should I apply the rub?
It depends first on how dry the wood is. Also, if you are frequently cleaning and using the treated area, it will need more applications. The rub will eventually come off in small amounts during cleaning. When you notice reduced luster, it is okay to reapply.

What should I do if I have deep cracks in my wood?
Gently heat a small amount of wood rub in your microwave and use a cloth to apply around the surrounding cracked area. The melted wax will be able to seep in evenly. If you notice buildup you can remove any undesired wax with fine steel wool.

What are the ingredients?
Swilley's All Natural Wood Rub is made with Beeswax, Carnauba wax, Coconut oil, Almond oil, Walnut oil and Orange oil.
It is Safe, Non-Toxic, No petroleum and Natural.

More wood care info we would love to share with our customers.

General Wood Care

General Cleaning:
For general cleaning use a rag that has been dipped in a soap and water mixture and ring dry. Clean the entire surface to maintain an even finish.

For a deeper clean, use a 20 percent vinegar and 80 percent water mixture.

Water rings:
Here are a couple of ways to remove rings.

1. Using a DRY iron set to medium or low, apply a smoothly-textured, lint-free cloth over the stain, iron very briefly, lift the cloth, and repeat until stain is gone.

2. Using baking soda and a small amount of water, rub the mixture in a circular motion until it disappears.

3. Treat surface stains on unfinished or raw wood by sponging with mild soap and lukewarm water; then rinse with clear water and wipe dry. Stubborn surface stains may respond to a very fine grade sandpaper or steel wool where it is rubbed with the grain of the wood.

4. Lightly sand with a fine grade sand paper and rub with Swilley's Wood Rub.

Oil spills:
If oil is spilled on your table quickly pour salt on the spill to absorb the oil. Remove the saturated salt and add more if needed. Once the oil has been absorbed, clean table using a vinegar and water solution and refinish with Swilley's Wood Rub.

Wine stains:
Wine stains are very challenging to get out of wood. If you are fortunate enough to wipe it up quickly, your table should clean up nicely.

1. Dampen the corner of a cloth with ammonia. Rub into the wood until the stain comes off.
2. Dampen a soft cloth into water and rub the area to remove the ammonia residue.
3. Wipe dry and use Swilley's to clean and even out the surface.
Erin True
Jason True

Reclaimed Wood Table Wax, All-Natural Swilley's Beeswax Furniture Wood Rub for wood tables, desks, benches and more


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  • Materials: beeswax, coconut oil, orange oil
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  • Only ships within United States.