This is something new to me ,carnt help with that,never heard of anyone using it.
Hi Frankie.Thanks CV3. My girl friend told me that I cannot put vernish on a oiled stick. But you have some great ideas. Since I'm mostly french to be sure :
I just need warm johnson & johnson liquid wax thats it...whats happen if i use the wax directly from the bottle to the stick (I mean not warm) ?...
And your ideas sounds nice to me for the she polish...thasnks again
By the way, I use buffing wax med oak on mostly of my stick. It is possible to apply vernish on a stick with wax...?
Lemon oil is works on furniture to clean and preserve if use regularly. If your sticks a finished and sealed with a varnish or a urethane It will give a luster and they will smell good. If you have finished your wood with an oil such as linseed, tung oil or a Danish oil I would refresh with the oil you used. You can use butcher block oil on a stick also. Some just use wax. You can by liquid waxes. I use Johnson and Johnson floor wax it is cheep and affective. I melt some and apply it hot/warm. Or spared it on and use a dryer or heat gun and melt it in to the wood. be carful if using a heat gun. They can burn the finish.Then buff with a stiff shoe brush. I some times use it on my carving also. I have seen some use shoe polish also. you can add some interesting color to the wood using it.