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Wood, Board, Bowl and Leather polishes made with natural Beeswax goodness no harmful chemicals 
A new range of sustainable, all-natural polishes made from British beeswax and plant oils has been launched by Oakdale Bees. 
 
The Beevitalise Range includes Leather Revive ideal for restoring sofas, shoes, boots and handbags; Board and Bowl Restore aimed at giving new life to chopping boards, wooden bowls and butcher’s blocks and Wood Remedy, perfect for enhancing natural woods and veneers. 
 
To make the polishes Oakdale Bees has used special recipes devised by owner Elisabeth Barton’s Uncle Tom who was head gardener for Leeds Parks Department, a passionate beekeeper and authority on the subject. Elisabeth found his recipes for beeswax alchemy searching through some old family heirlooms. 
 
“We hope these new nourishing and restorative balms will encourage people to repair and re-love their old or existing items. Lock down has taught us many things about ourselves and lifestyles and thankfully made us question that ‘less is more’. To repair, revive and restore really is equally as satisfying as buying new. Who would have thought that cleaning boots and shoes can be as powerful as any mindfulness session!” said Elisabeth Barton. 
 
Each polish in the Beevitalise Range contains 100ml pot of balm, a cloth to apply, instructions, plus a buff ball made from Beeswax wraps offcuts for polishing. 
 
Made with natural beeswax and ethically sourced natural oils the polishes contain no solvents, silicons, spirits, thinning agents, soy, palm or carnauba waxes and are created from 90% British ingredients. Beeswax is antibacterial and acts as a natural barrier agent. All packaging is made from recycled vegan friendly products. 
 
The Beevitalise Range is a welcome new addition to the handmade eco hive products from Oakdale Bees which includes Beeswax wraps, Beeswax wrap kits, Doggie Paw and Nose Balm, plus eco gifts for both children and adults. 
 
Oakdale Bees is an apiary of British Buckfast bees set in four acres of beautiful, bee friendly meadows, bordering Royal Windsor Forest in Berkshire.Click on this text to edit it. 
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