|Soft wax - How does it work?
Soft wax is suitable for small scratches and repairs on furniture and windows.
Soft wax is, especially, used in places with less pressure and wear. It is easy to use as you simply rub the wax into the repair.
When the repair is filled with wax, you easily scrape or sand off excess wax. The repair is then ready for after-treatment.
Check out the video to the right and see how small repairs can be made with soft wax.
|Hard wax - How does it work?
Hard wax is suitable for larger surface repairs because it will harden after melting.
Normally, hard wax is used for floors, furniture, kitchen tops and windows where the pressure is bigger.
Use a melting tool to melt the hard wax into the knot, crack, or scratch. When the repair is filled with wax you easily cut or sand off excess wax. The repair is now ready for after-treatment.
Check out the video to the right and see how repairs can be made with hard wax.
Colour chart for hard wax..
We also carry a selection of Novoryt pens for small wood corrections. It works like a normal marker and makes surface repairs very easy. We have colours to match most wood sorts. The correction pens are both sold individually and as kits.
Furthermore, we carry three different types of lack, i.e. silk, silky matt, and matt.
For more information about colours, please contact us on email@example.com
|Novoryt wax kits
We carry two differnt Novoryt Wax Kits, namely a kit with 20 pieces of wax
and a kit with 60 pieces of wax.
Both types of kit are available as soft and hard wax.
|Kit w. 20 pieces of wax||Kit w. 60 pieces of wax|
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