Miss Mustard Seed's White Wax is the BOMB! In fact- it is my favorite white wax to use of all that I sell! In the photos we have shown- Courtney painted a dresser with Artissimo and then used Miss Mustard Seed's Clear Furniture Wax then applied this White Wax. Is gives any pieces a soften look!
It's still has the buttery smooth finish we love about the Furniture Wax, but with a soft white pigment, that will give your finishes a soft, muted, white-washed or limed finish.
First of all when you open the tub it looks good enough to eat. (Don't eat it, though!)
Anything that looks like whipped frozen yogurt or cream has to be great on furniture too, right?
This fine museum quality wax is based on an old family recipe. It is made from beeswax with a little carnuba wax and is then lightly tinted to a soft white...perfect for creating an authentic white wash effect. (and it smells delicious too)
It is easy to apply, provides a durable finish with a beautiful luster and has almost no odor.
Miss Mustard Seed has a great post on how to use her White Wax. Click HERE
to read it.
It comes in a 7 ounce container.
How To Use:
Using a clean cloth or brush, apply the wax in a thin layer, working into recesses of carved details or surface imperfections. Wipe away excess. Allow to dry for 3-5 minutes. Buff to a shine with a clean lint-free cotton cloth. This product may be applied directly over milk paint or clear wax. Clean brush with soap and warm water. Cures fully in 30 days.
Keep in mind- if using multiple Miss Mustard Seed top coats- here is the order permitted OR a cheat sheet , if you will of which are compatible.
Treat all top coats as their own entity that should not be intermixed for the exception of the oils/waxes, and even then you need to know which order.
Wax is always LAST.
1. Hemp Oil ( waxing over top is allowed and optional.)
Tung Oil. Best for Exterior uses, can be applied over Hemp Oil if needed. ( Oil and Oil work together well.)
Tough Coat is NOT to be mixed with any other of the top coats in the MMS line, it is incompatible. Use tough coat over milk paint, or bare wood all on its own.