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Renaissance Wax Polish 65ml
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- Can be used on the following surfaces: Wood, leather, paper, Bone, pearl and mother of pearl, gemstones, any kind of metal, photographic prints, enamel, fiberglass, granite, and on and on
- Apply a very thin layer with any soft cloth (a t-shirt will work Fine!), Buff gently, and the surface is sealed and protected beneath a hard coat of wax
- A great way to finish off your jewelry pieces, especially if they are handled a lot at shows and exhibits
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Highly recommended by the Vintage company, Renaissance wax Polish will protect the surface of metals and wood from dust, fingerprints, liquids, and other environmental hazards. Renaissance wax Polish was originally formulated in the British museum research laboratories in the early 1950's, in response to a discussion amongst museum technicians at an international conference on fine-art conservation. When applied, it creates a micro-thin, lustrous layer that enhances shine while preventing damage. Renaissance wax Polish can also be used to remove old Polish build up.
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~10 applications of unprocessed flax oil
The oil was well-dried before applying wax. The wax gave the finish a little more luster, but does not change color or texture. It did not fill in open grain. The wood has slightly more 'grip' to it.
I'm very satisfied with the end result. I intend to use this product again.
With its high moisture resistance, it forms a barrier against the above mentioned threats while forming a durable, lustrous finish. It can be used on wood, metal, leather, stone, and many other finished surfaces. Renaissance Wax leaves no sticky surface and also doesn't take fingerprints as easily as many other waxes. I also love that it doesn't stain or discolor over time.
While I have used it on several of our more valuable antiques pieces, I primarily use it as a protective finish for metal work (both jewelry and other artistic works) as well as a wax coating for some oil paintings. NOTE: If you're using it as a final finish for oil paintings, the paint should have at least 6-9 months to dry (longer if thick impasto) and it should have a finished coat of varnish applied/cured prior to wax application.
On jewelry and other metalwork, it prevents tarnish and corrosion. On older pieces, it first cleans by lifting dirt and remnants of other waxes leaving the surface with a thin, hard protective film. It's wonderful on shiny metal finishes such as drawer pulls and helps them to maintain their shine and not oxidize. Conversely, on those metal pieces that have been oxidized with a beautiful patina (either naturally or artificially), this wax protects that appearance to prevent the look from altering.
Just so some of you don't get a big surprise when you order this and it arrives, that's not a typo on the product page...this Renaissance Wax comes in a tiny 2.25 oz. container. So, yes, it IS expensive...but I feel that it's worth paying the extra for something that works so well and is used by museums around the world. The only downside is the smell, but that gradually begins to disappear about 24 hours after application.