Renaissance Micro-Crystalline Wax Polish from England has been the #1 choice of major museums, art galleries and institutions for the preservation of their precious pieces.
Professional conservators, retailers, amateur restorers and private individuals throughout the world depend on Renaissance Wax to protect their collections and for home use.
Lifts oil, dirt and the murky accretions of other polishes. The surface detail remains crystal clear through unlimited applications of this translucent wax.
- Removes previous wax buid-up
- Reveals fine detail & wood grain
- Non-staining, non-abrasive
Restores and Enhances
Revitalizes and returns your objects to pristine condition. Renaissance Wax buffs easily to a hard, transparent finish that will not discolor.
- Renews fading colors and “tired finishes”
- Retains matte finish when unpolished
- Buffs to a high gloss
- Reduces shine of new picture varnish
Polishes and Protects
Guards your precious pieces against the damaging effects of humidity, heat, dust, environmental destruction, aging and ordinary wear.
Renaissance Wax provides a barrier against fingerprints and the devastation of water, wine, alcohol and other spills. Due to its high moisture resistance, it forms a durable, lustrous protective coating.
- Prevents tarnish, corrosion and “bloom”
- Remains completely waterproof
- Retards weathering on exteriors and objects exposed to climatic abrasion
A little goes a long way… and lasts a long time
Excellent spread-ability and indefinite shelf life make Renaissance Wax economical and convenient, even for very large objects and infrequent use. A small dab goes a long way, unlike most waxes that need generous application. Use a minimal amount of Renaissance Wax, rub lightly and buff. The long-lasting preservation reduces the need for frequent maintenance.
- Airtight container keeps wax in perfect condition
- Easy to spread, no caking or drying out
- Indefinite shelf life
- No “polish” smell
- No added fragrance to endanger material
Safe for all these materials:
Wood – Raw & Finished
Parchment & Paper
-Silver & Silver plate
Copper & Coppepr alloys
(Bronze, Brass, tin, Zinc, German Silver, Nickel)
Lead & Pewter
Iron & Iron Alloys
Tin & Tin Alloys
Onyx * Limestone
Granite * Brick
Bone, Ivory, Horn, Shell & Mother-of-Pearl, Gutta Percha, Dammars
Gilding & Gold Leaf
Cloute *Pose d’Or
Stains 7 Artificial Graining
Esters of Polymetyacryllic
Fiber Glass Epoxy Resins
And Much More!
Use for for these products:
Furniture Antique and New
Ceramics & Pottery
Jewelry, findings, beads
Hardware & sinks
Oils, Acrylics, Gouaches,
Tempera, Alkyds, Oil
Sticks, Martin’s Dyes,
Pastels, India links
Dolls-antique & New
Boats and yachts
And Much More!
ever pleased with this used on a couple of things coins, copper ,wood dose a great finish
I turn wood pens and a fellow turner introduced me to Renaissance wax some years back. I use it as the last finishing coat on all my wood pens. I have made hundreds of pens and some are approaching 10 years old. The wax forms a surface that is comfortable to the touch, extremely durable, and cleans easily with a soft cloth. It also does not take finger marks as unprotected polyurethane, lacquer, or CA finishes do.
Worked great, easy to apply and bugged out to above finish.
Renaissance Wax is a awesome product! I use it to protect antique firearm. Works great on protecting tools from rusting too. High Plains Prospectors offers this product at a great price!