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Renaissance Wax #4362354
03/24/17 03:30 PM
03/24/17 03:30 PM
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Al Offline OP
Al  Offline OP
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I have a silver Plated Bach Stradivarius 37. I was looking at the best wax to apply to preserve it. Even Pure Carnauba wax and Beeswax. Are acidic. Renaissance Wax is made in England and exclusively used in the London Museum to preserve wood, metals, leather, paintings, marble, ivory.

I know there will be those that will give the Product a big [censored], but it would appear that if its good enough for the London Museum it should be good for those with heirloom or valuable guns furniture...etc, etc, etc.

https://www.amazon.com/Renaissance-Wax-2...renaissance+wax


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renaissance_Wax

Again..don't shoot the messenger. Just passing along information

Last edited by Al; 03/24/17 03:31 PM.

Re: Renaissance Wax [Re: Al] #4362401
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I used it on my Smith & Wesson revolvers...works great.

Re: Renaissance Wax [Re: Al] #4444511
06/29/17 03:53 AM
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I use it on my guns. It works great. Have used it to protect lacquered brass...like locksets. Good stuff.

Re: Renaissance Wax [Re: Al] #4445538
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I use it on vintage belt buckles and Zippo lighters. I've not found an automotive purpose for it yet, but I wouldn't hesitate to utilize it for such.


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