This brush is designed specifically for buffing Briwax. It works extremely well on flat surfaces, and there is nothing better around carvings and moldings for buffing wax to a nice lustrous shine. Similar to a shoe brush, this wooden handled brush has slightly tougher tampico bristles to cut the wax down fine.
THE PINE BRUSH
There is no better tool for working with wax than this brush. If you are trying to achieve a high hard luster with the Briwax, this is the tool to use. Not only is it a real time and labor saver, it also brings the wax to a higher and harder luster than can usually be achieved by hand. The brush bristles poke deep into recesses of carvings and moldings, and also deep into the pores of an open surface, which results in more of the wax being burnished and brought to a luster. If you are trying to achieve a high hard lustrous wax finish, the key is applying a super thin film of Briwax, let the solvent evaporate off and then utilize this brush on a drill to buff it up. Let the drill provide the elbow grease.
Drill brushes are also available in the domed and the cylinder shape with Tampico bristle all around. These are perfect for the spaces where The Pine Brush may be awkward to use. (Please note: The domed brush has been discontinued. Our apologies for the inconvenience.)