Renaissance Wax 200ml
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- Acid neutral, water and alcohol resistant
- Preferred by museums worldwide for protecting furniture, leather, marble, paintings and metal
- Will not stain or discolor with aging
- 200ml, (7 oz.)
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Renaissance wax was developed for use on the British Museum's priceless antiques, this special blend of micro-crystalline waxes will not stain or discolor with aging. It is acid neutral, water and alcohol resistant. Preferred by museums worldwide for protecting furniture, leather, marble, paintings and metal. 200 ml, 7 oz.
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The Renaissance Wax has a distinct chemical odor & should be used in a ventilated space (altho it doesn't say this on the label); the odor dissipates in 10-15 minutes. The Goddard's had almost no odor, applies like a lotion. As others have stated, the 200ml amount of R. Wax should be enough to last (literally) a lifetime.
Important to note: neither product improved the appearance of dull spots, just made them looked like a waxed dull spot. Guess I will have to try Lustro Italiano Etch Remover on those.
This 200ml size is enough to wax my lamps for a lifetime, as each coat requires very little wax.
WOW This wax is suburb! the Renaissance hadn't arrived yet, so I used the ol' Johnson's Paste on the BS table. A few days later, the Renaissance Wax arrived, so I re-cleaned the cast-iron table and applied the RW. Holy crap is that table, fence, and fence rail smooth and slick now! Far nicer than with the Johnson's!
This is one of the things that ya don't need to think twice about, just order it!
An FYI, be sure to clean the furniture first with a small amount of dish "soap" and water on damp cloth. Furniture should be clean before applying so the wax can do it's job with cleaning deeper and protection.
After doing some research, I found this product is to be used in conjunction with other products to get the best effect. If you read stories about how museums prepare priceless artifacts you'll see they coat the product with many layers of things then finally seal it with a waxy substance of some sort. I believe the best way to use this product is with a bio-safe oil of some sort that doesn't have any sort of solvent in it.
I only use this product for the exterior of firearms and never for storage. What I do is use a shaving brush and first coat the exterior of the firearm, wood, stock, or whatnot with Milcomm's MC3000 oil. I use a very light film/coat. On optics and wood, I don't use oil. I then let it absorb into the metal for a few minutes then wipe it off lightly with a towel. I then take the Renaissance Wax and using a microfiber towel spread it around the metal, plastic, wood, or anything with it. I let it sit for a second to harden then I buff it.
I once went hunting with a shotgun that I prepared with the oil/renaissance wax and found that I could stay out in the rain and not worry. I also wax some pricey optics and other things - without oil - and found that they could go in the rain and I don't have to worry about rust or water buildup.
I also use the wax for everyday use/carry items. My carry gun gets a coat of wax/oil mix on just the outside and I don't have to worry about being sweaty or keeping it in moisture area. For tools, such as my favorite axe for the yard, this wax has helped greatly in keeping it element free.
I try to find more usage of this product. For one, it's great for usable items that you use everyday and want to protect.
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Also tried it on the barrels. Looks nice.Read more