Fiddes Hard Wax Oil Natural



  • Fiddes

A versatile interior wood oil designed to better retain the natural, untreated look of bare wood


Fiddes Hard Wax Oil Natural is intended to hold the normal, untreated appearance of wood while offering a serious extent of protection.
Produced using a mix of common vegetable oils and waxes it dries to an intense, sturdy, silk finish. Appropriate for use on most inside wooden surfaces, including wooden floors, entryways, kitchen worktops, cabinets, skirting sheets, shafts, and furniture.
Note: Fiddes likewise market and name this item as “Oak Lightening”.

This item is more fit for lighter-hued woods, for example, Pine, Oak, Beech, and so on.
When used on dull intriguing hardwoods, for example, Teak, Mahogany, Iroko, or Ipe it could leave a smooth, white appearance to the lumber.
Also, try Thre Original Fiddes Hard Wax Oil and Fiddes Hard Wax Oil Tints.

Prior to opening the 5ml example sachets, press the bundle a few times to guarantee that the oil and waxes inside are altogether blended.

Weight N/A

250ml, 5ml, 1l, 2.5l


  • Dries to a tough, durable, satin-finish
  • Ideal for pine, oak, and other light colour woods
  • Perfect for interior floors, doors & worktops
  • Scratch, scuff, dirt, stain, and liquid resistant
  • Will not crack, flake, peel, or blister
  • Safe for humans, animals, and plants when dry
  • Very High V.O.C

Preparing and Applying


We always suggest that surfaces ought to be dry and clear and that all hints of residue and soil be eliminated with a brush or vacuum cleaner before applying a wood finish.

The need for sanding and eliminating past finishes from the surface will rely upon the oil, wax, or stain utilized (see product instructions for direction on this).


  1. Apply with a natural bristle brush, lint-free cloth, microfibre roller, or floor finish applicator
  2. Apply thinly and evenly, working the oil into the wood grain
  3. Remove any excess oil immediately with a clean, lint-free cloth
  4. Allow the first coat to fully dry, then apply a second coat as above

┬áNote: Over application will result in a ‘whitewash’ finish and in the worst cases white swirls, brush marks, and a sticky or tacky surface.


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