|Item Weight||10.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 2.5 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||RFP-W08-ClearWax|
|Size||8 oz (Half Pint)|
|Color||Clear Wax 90|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Renaissance Furniture Wax 8oz - Clear Wax
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- Specifically designed to protect and enhance chalk paint
- The more you buff the more sheen you add.
- Oil based for long lasting protection, incredible look and feel and greater overall performace
- Since this product is oil based please read our CAUTION in the product details
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|Finish Types||Unfinished||satin||chalk paint||—|
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Formulated to offer excellent results on bare or sealed wood, Renaissance Furniture Wax Polish contains a unique, blend of waxes that naturally enhances the beauty of your wood. It is easy to apply, and once buffed to the desired sheen level, provides a depth of finish that revives and protects any original finish. Only an oil based wax can give excellent protection quality and feel to painted furniture. CAUTION: Being that it is oil based you must use this product in a well ventilated area and do not allow long exposure to the fumes while it is being applied or drying. Store in a safe place away from children and flames.
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Photos show beat up cabinet before, sink area after the first coat, and the same beat up cabinet after. I used three coats each of chalk paint and polyurethane. My average sized kitchen took about 2 quarts of chalk paint (buy 3 just in case!) and one of polyurethane.