Howard FW0016 Feed-N-Wax Wood Polish and Conditioner, 16-Ounce - howdoyoupaint.com

Howard FW0016 Feed-N-Wax Wood Polish and Conditioner, 16-Ounce







Howard FW0016 Feed-N-Wax Wood Polish and Conditioner, Beeswax & Orange Oil, 16-Ounce

  • Prevent drying and deterioration of all wood finishes
  • Polish all wood surfaces to a soft luster and protect with a coating of natural waxes
  • Use to maintain the restored finish after using Howard Restor-A-Finish
  • Enhance the natural beauty and depth of grain in finished and unfinished wood
  • This product contains Petroleum Distillate. Can be combustible. Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid prolonged contact with skin. Keep out of reach of children.

Use Feed-N-Wax to preserve wood finishes and keep the finish from drying out and cracking. Feed-N-Wax helps introduce natural oils to keep the wood from drying out, while leaving behind a protective coating of Brazilian carnauba wax and beeswax. Feed-N-Wax may be used every month or so, or whenever the finish looks faded or dry. It enhances the natural beauty and depth of grain of all woods, finished or unfinished, by using the power of real orange oil along with the finest waxes available. Feed

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3 Comments/Reviews

  • Curmudgeon says:
    77 of 78 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Beter than anything you can get at the supermarket, April 9, 2007
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    I use it to rejuvenate and preserve antique gun (oiled) wood stocks. Product does an excellent job. Directions say to wipe it off in 20 minutes. I let it soak in for a few days and then lightly wax again to recoat the dull spots and wipe down a day later. I always use the same cloth to apply and a clean cloth to wipe. Additional application(s) may be necessary after a few weeks if the wood is real “thirsty”. A little bit goes a long way if you use the same applicator cloth and store it in a zip-lock bag.

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  • Linda J. Richardson says:
    43 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Ever, April 28, 2009
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    Linda J. Richardson (Auburn, Ca) –
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    This review is from: Howard FW0016 Feed-N-Wax Wood Polish and Conditioner, 16-Ounce (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I’ve used this product for about 15 years on all my new and antique furniture. It never leaves a residue and gives the furniture a beautiful shine and look…plus it it smells good after you use it. My sister-in-law thought I was kidding her when I gave her a bottle to use…now she’s totally committed to using it. Should I say I highly recommend it.

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  • Kathlyn Storey "Kathlyn A Storey" says:
    26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent product for oak furniture, September 16, 2009
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    Kathlyn Storey “Kathlyn A Storey” (Rancho Murieta, CA) –
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    I could go on all day about how good this product is. It is the only product that I have found that really will refresh dried wood finishes on oak kitchen cabinets; they look brand new when the product is applied. There is no nasty smell, either. Please follow the instructions; I usually use clean cloth rags that I throw out rather than keep, although paper towels will work. This item can be expensive, ranging up to $25 per bottle. If you go price shopping, be sure you are purchasing the 16 ounce size, because it comes in the smaller sizes of 4 and 8 ounces. The best price I found was on Amazon, through a vendor called acehardwareoutlet, which I have used more than once, and would also recommend. I was recently able to order three bottles for a total price of $25.34, including shipping. That is a lot of product, however, I gave one bottle to a friend as a gift, and she loved it; it’s a perfect gift for someone who has a lot of oak furniture.

    November 14, 2012 update:

    This is simply a wonderful product. I have now used Howard’s conditioner on all of my oak cabinets for about 20 years. What is so great about Howard’s are these things:

    1. The oil soaks into oak and revitalizes the wood and brings back the luster. You only have to use it about twice a year unless you have cabinets that are exposed to something like a coffeemaker (the steam) or in a bathroom (water and steam). In those cases I use Howard’s about three times a year.
    2. The results are immediate. The wood is cleaned and conditioned at the same time.
    3. The product is easy on your hands, and there is a pleasant smell.
    4. The directions are straightforward, but what I do is use paper towels instead of cloth, rub the oil gently into the wood, and just leave the cabinets alone until dry, which can take some hours.

    At the current price of $8.76 with super saver shipping, this is a screaming deal. Howard’s is hard to locate, and I was very pleased to find it on Amazon today since I was running low. A 16-ounce bottle lasts a long time; however, I just bought three of them, not only to take advantage of the free shipping, but to give as Christmas gifts this year. If you have friends that already have enough “stuff” and have oak furniture, they will love Howard’s.

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