A proper batch of Bonsor's Superior Finishing Wax arrived recently.
We had been using this stuff out of a jam-jar for ages until Nick got his act together and sent us a load of tins in the final format. The wax is something he has been working on and we have been trialling for ages, so I am delighted to be able to add it to the shop.
Nick tells me Bonsor's Superior Finishing Wax is a blend of natural waxes, oils, wood extracts and gums. Suffice to say it might smell nice and be good on guns but it is best not to eat the stuff.
I use it to finish and protect wood and metalwork on shotguns, rifles and furniture including the counter till. The clue in how to use it is the tin size, you need to use it very sparingly, rub it on with your finger tip, wait half an hour and buff off with a soft brush or duster. It will benefit from another buffing a few hours later. You can build coats up as required.
Comes in a 30ml screw top tin with a dodgy vanity publishing label.
Nick says: 'It should last for f*****g ages'
I say: 'whatever you were going to use, halve it and again, it really does go a long way!'