Furniture polish

Enhance the natural beauty and depth of grain in finished and unfinished wood with an unique blend of soft beeswax, hard carnauba wax and pure orange oil.

Maintain and enhance the beauty of furniture with Howard Feed-N-Wax with Orange Oil.
  • Prevent drying and deterioration of all wood finishes.
  • Polish all wood surfaces to a soft luster and protect with a coating of natural waxes.
  • Use to maintain the restored finish after using Restor-A-Finish.

Prevent Drying and Cracking

Use Howard Feed-N-Wax to prevent drying and cracking while preserving the wood finish. Feed-N-Wax is a special blend of beeswax, carnauba wax, and orange oil. It enhances the natural beauty and depth of grain in finished and unfinished wood.

Maintain the Natural Beauty

Use Feed-N-Wax every couple of months to maintain the natural beauty of your wood finish. Polish all wood surfaces to a soft lustre while leaving a protective coating of beeswax and carnauba wax.

Tips

Feed-N-Wax works best when you leave it on for about twenty minutes before buffing off.

Howard Products recommends that you use Feed-N-Wax to enhance natural beauty & depth of grain in finished & unfinished wood. Contains Beeswax, Carnauba wax and orange oil.

Orange oil

Orange Oil is a liquid cleaner and polish for varnished and natural timber products

  • Clean and polish wood finishes with real orange oil
  • Enhances the depth and natural beauty of wood grain
  • Leaves no wax build up, only the clean scent of oranges
  • Contains NO silicone or linseed oil.
Howard Products recommends Orange Oil to help break down dirt on wood. Buy Orange Oil for your wood furniture cleaning and restoration needs!

It is also ideal for a number of kitchen surfaces, including most bench-top surfaces and even stainless steel. The orange oil component of the blend is a wonderful natural cleaner and the high grade pure mineral oil is good for wood and also modifies the ascorbic acid in the orange oil, making it safe and effective.

Always spray a little onto a soft, clean cloth – either a cotton rag or a good quality micro-fibre cloth – and test it on an inconspicuous area. Move the cloth across the surface lightly and briskly and any visible dust will disappear. To remove any grime or build up, ensure that your cloth has sufficient orange oil on it and rub a little harder until surface smudges and grime comes away. Then simply rub and buff until the surface is dry.

For more serious marks in varnished surfaces refer to information on the use of Restor-A-Finish.