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среда, 26. децембар 2012.

Kako napraviti vosak za poliranje

Konačno sam pronašla recept za pripremu voska za poliranje nameštaja.
Uživajmo u otkriću.


http://www.amberdusick.com/woodmouse_loves_crafts/2010/07/how-to-make-beeswax-wood-polish-woodmouse-recipe.html


Woodmouse Beeswax Wood Polish Recipe:
  • 1 part beeswax
  • 4 parts oil (options include olive oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, walnut oil, etc)


 Heat in the microwave or in a double boiler on the stove top.  It will need to be heated very hot, beeswax has a melting temperature of just under 150 degrees F.  Stir it around and make sure all the beeswax is fully melted and dissolved.  Suddenly, the beeswax melts and your mixture will look just like a liquid oil.  Careful, it is hot!  If you want to add essential oils* (I don't use them) now would be the time to blend them in, before it cools.









Use it:
  Once fully cooled, gather all the wooden items in your house and rub it into the wood.  Just a little goes a long way.  Wipe off the excess with a cotton cloth and if you have extra on your hands feel free to use it as a lotion, even as a lipbalm.  Your hands will be silky smooth.  Little ones love to help with this too.













About Storage:  Store it in an airtight container, away from direct sunlight.  Jojoba oil based polish will last for two years while olive oil will last one year.  If you don't think you will use your polish very fast and are worried it will go rancid, store it in the refrigerator, this doubles the shelf life. 

Pozdravlja Vas,
                       Cale

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