Recipe: 1. Melt beeswax in a double boiler (or make your own…just place beeswax in a small glass jar, which will be placed in a pot with a couple inches of boiling water). Keep a cover on melting beeswax to avoid water contamination. 2. Once beeswax is mel
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Difficulty: 3/10
Shelf Life: Six Months
Keep Cold: No
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Recipe By: on Apr 21st '15
Keep your wood furniture in perfect condition with this homemade polish that uses two ingredients: olive oil and beeswax.

Ingredients:

-2 tbsp grated beeswax or beads
-8 tbsp olive oil

Directions:

1. Melt beeswax in a double boiler (or make your own…just place beeswax in a small glass jar, which will be placed in a pot with a couple inches of boiling water). Keep a cover on melting beeswax to avoid water contamination.
2. Once beeswax is melted, pour in olive oil and mix well.
3. Pour into a tin container (or simply designate the glass jar you're using to be the "wood polish" container).

How to Use:

Remove any dust on wood before apply polish. Using a clean cloth, massage a small amount of beeswax polish into wood furniture. Wipe down thoroughly.

Notes:

-Double this recipe if you have a lot of wood pieces! The typical beeswax to olive oil ratio is 1:4.
-If you have extra time, let the wood polish soak into the wood for 15 minutes. Then wipe down with a clean cloth.

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