The secret's in the blend. Woodcarver's and cabinet makers throughout Europe have always crafted some of the finest furniture in the world. They needed a furniture wax that not only would protect the original quality of the wood, but also restore that like-new look when their handy-craft became an antique. After years of experimentation, master craftsman, Henry Flack, formulated a blend of soft beeswax and an imported, hard, waxy emollient from the carnauba palm in South America. Henry called his unique formula Briwax. Those who witnessed the results, spread the news throughout master craftsmen guilds across Europe.
Since Henry Flacks discovery in 1860, wood craftsmen around the world have used Briwax to protect, restore and recondition fine furniture and antiques to their original "patina" which could only be duplicated by laborious hand rubbing before introduction of the Briwax blend. This unique "craftsman's" choice is now available to American professional wood workers and re-finishers; as well as the quality conscious homemaker who simply wants to keep his/her furnishings or antiques in top condition.
(Briwax is a registered trademark)