Liquid, machine-compatible natural wax for wooden surfaces, especially parquet floors, cork and floor tiles that have been pretreated systematically. Exclusively made from natural raw materials.
AGLAIA LIQUID WAX is a hard-wearing wax preparation with a pleasant smell, especially suitable for oiled parquet, cork or floor tiles. When dried and buffed, an attractive, silky surface is obtained. Appropriate for machine use and for manual application with a rolled-up cloth. Also for floorboards, wall formwork and paneling. Use exclusively on oiled surfaces, e.g. floors pretreated with AGLAIA HARD RESIN OIL, AGLAIA PORE FILLER or AGLAIA RESIN OIL PROTECTION, see Surface and Pretreatment.
- Technical Documents
- Application Advice
- Shake well before use.
- Apply AGLAIA LIQUID WAX extremely sparingly and thinly, using a buffing machine or a non-fraying rolled-up cloth.
- Distribute thoroughly and evenly. Check the quantity used ( 1 l for 20 to 30 m2).
- Careful tempering to 35° to 45°C (no open flame!) ensures liquefaction and will ease the application.
- After drying for about 12 to 24 hours, buff carefully and evenly using a buffing pad, a floor sander or a rolled-up cloth to obtain a silky shine.
- To determine the right working technique, especially when trying machine application for the first time, it is recommended to make samples.
- Technical Information
AGLAIA LIQUID WAX contains nothing but animal and plant waxes, mixed with pure essential oils. Careful buffing produces a very thin, silky and hard-wearing wax film. No static build-up, therefore virtually no dust attraction. Easy-care and dirt-repellent when applied sparingly. Avoid excessive thickness of layer. Despite improved water-repelling properties, not suitable for surfaces in humid areas or frequently exposed to water. Add AGLAIA SELF-GLOSSY WAX to the cleaning water, soak and wring cloth and clean with that moist cloth, see AGLAIA Special Care Instructions. Surfaces oiled and waxed with pure natural products are highly recommended from a biological and ecological building point of view for providing an agreeable room climate. The diffusion and absorption capacities of unsealed wooden surfaces remain unaffected.