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    Does anyone know of any alternative to Briwax here in South Australia? Or maybe you know where I can pick up some Briwax although as far as I am aware it isn't available here. Didn't risk bringing a supply with me as it contains beeswax (ironically from Australian bees).

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    I've not found any exact match to Briwax here at all. I did a little bit of "buffing" up in the UK. Brought a little with me.

    Good luck in your search,prolly find something interstate............

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    Guest Guest5035

    Maguires is what i use, not cheap but good.

     

    Stevo

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    Thanks Tyke - that's the first place I looked. Used to watch my father use it and have carried on the tradition with my bits and pieces. My wood is desperate for drink! And I have a few projects in the garage I am desperate to start.

     

    Stevo - is the other stuff widely available? Hope it comes in a clear!

     

    While we are on the subject, is anyone an expert in paints? Any alternative to Farrow & Ball??

     

    Sarah

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