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For the beeswax you just rub it in, similar to oiling a cutting board and whatnot. .
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BTW, in the past I made my own beeswax finish by grating pieces of beeswax and melting them in a hot water bath with mineral oil from the drugstore. When the mixture cools it becomes a solid again and you just wipe on, wipe off with a soft cloth. It's really cheap, totally nontoxic and leaves a nice finish.
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