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Museum wax- Has anyone heard of . . .?


#1

Hi! I was wondering if anyone has ever heard of a wax (used to
protect finish of metal and/other surfaces) called "museum wax."
If such a product exists, who is the supplier and what would
such a product cost?

Thanks for any . . . Rita


#2

TSI Inc. 101 Nickerson, PO Box 9266, Seattle WA 98101, Ph
800-426-9984 carries a product called Renaissance Wax. I think
this is the product you’re looking for.


#3

TSI Inc., 101 Nickerson,.P.O. Box 9266, Seattle WA. 98101, Ph.
800-426-9984 carries a product called ‘Renaissance Wax’. I think
this what you are looking for. Puts a very durable coating on
finished pieces. Win robertson


#4

Thanks!!! I truly appreciate this Rita


#5

Woodworkers also use this so you might find this at a store that
provides hardwoods and tools. Marilyn Smith


#6

We got some wax called Museum Wax that is VERY sticky and used
by museums to keep items from falling over in earthquakes or
other viberations. Got it at a pottery supply house in San
Francisco. Very different from the paste waxes so far mentioned,
but it might be what you are after.

John

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