I have used Kiwi Marveer furniture polish for decades, that is now very hard to find anywhere in most retail outlets. Marveer contains Beeswax and Carnauba wax that is used on French Polish surfaces and Polyurethane varnish type surfaces. My question is that, will synthetic oil polishing compounds do the same lasting application job as Marveer type furniture polish has done over the decades in protecting the surface.
I have purchased Glitz furniture surface polish from Bunnings and does not contain their secrete ingredients information to compare with. This product does say it is anti dust and good for glass and plastic surfaces and have applied this product to Feast Watson varnish that I have applied to a wooden crystal cabinet for the final finish.
The spray sounds a lot like a Mr Shen clone.
A better choice may be
Gilly Stephenson’s Cabinet Makers Wax is a traditional polish made with bees wax and carnauba wax.
Colourless, Gilly Stephenson’s Cabinet Makers Wax adds sheen to wooden surfaces and is excellent for filling small holes, defects and hairline cracks.
Excellent on jarrah, oak and other woods that have no specific finish
Hard finish - fills small holes, cracks and defects in wood
Adds sheen to wooden surfaces
More choices at
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@AndrewJones might be able to help with this one. He makes some stunning furniture pieces.
Wooden wallet, lol. Will have photos soon.