We have parquet flooring here at home. My wife has taken great pride in
keeping the wood clean and brilliant. This has become more and more
difficult since it is getting impossible to purchase wax floor polish (with
beeswax preferably and no silicone). We obtained the last supply when we
were on holiday in France.
So does anyone know where we might be able to buy some largish tins please?
To reply use marcus at frenchay dot demon dot co dot uk
On Sun, 08 Feb 2004 16:38:07 -0500, S Viemeister
Hell, I give Mary respect for a lot of things but never that, if she's
able to produce beeswax polish I think maybe she could earn a lot of
money doing demonstrations at science events! ;)
Sending email to my published email address isn't
guaranteed to reach me.
In Cardiff, Fiddes? I don't know their full range of products, but they
seem to do most things. Sorry, no contact details to hand (it's late and
I'm going to bed) but I dare say with an unusual name like that they
shouldn't be too hard to find...
Martin Angove: http://www.tridwr.demon.co.uk /
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I was recently recommended these people, who have a good range and
You can also brew your own (I posted my wax recipes to rec.knives
recently). Most beekeepers sell beeswax and many also make polishes
from it. Liberon can supply carnauba, which is needed to make a floor
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