Last year, I had the pleasure of watching the rewaxing guy do his thing at the Barbour US HQ in New Hampshire. While dropping off and picking up some jackets, I asked if I could watch the process. The back room is off limits to the public, but my Irish silver tongue worked it's magic. Well, his English was as good as my Spanish and that's not saying much about my Spanish. Mostly, I watched and managed to get a few questions out. I wish I had been able to video the entire thing so I could record the order in which he covered the jacket with wax. I got the key points and will make a little video sometime soon, showing what I learned from him and what I've figured out on my own.
I've rewaxed two jackets before today: a Bedale and a Transport Jacket. Today I rewaxed three jackets: a Border and two children's Bedales. It got a little crazy at the end when I was rushing the work so I could run out and pick up the kids, but it all got done and I managed to clean up before my wife got home. Here are a couple of the pictures of the process. I have some other pictures of the Transport Jacket rewax that I'll post tomorrow. Cheers.