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Renaissance Wax


#1

I have been playing with K. Polachok’s Formula and I am totally
hooked. It looks great! I have no idea where I could buy renaissance
wax. Does anyone know? Thank you. Best, Will


#2
    I have been playing with K. Polachok's Formula and I am
totally hooked. It looks great! I have no idea where I could buy
renaissance wax. Does anyone know? Thank you. Best, Will 

Renaissance wax: www. highlandhardware.com 1- 800-241-6748
item #195301 $18.95 per 1/2 lb Jesse


#3

Hi Will! Here are a few suppliers for Renaissance Wax:

http://www.knifeandgun.com/catalog/renaissance_wax_186700_products.htm
http://www.restorationproduct.com/
http://www.silversmithing.com/cutleryspecialties/
http://www.woodfinishsupply.com/RenWax.html

Good luck!
Karen Goeller
@Karen_Goeller


Handcrafted and Unique Artisan Jewelry


#4

I’ve found it at Woodcraft stores. You can find one here:
http://stores.woodcraft.com/

Also, natural (no color) shoe polish works well.

Christine in Littleton, Massachusetts


#5

The recent post about Renaissance Wax made me want to buy some, so I
pulled out my catalog. Thought I’d share it in case anyone is
looking for a source.

http://www.conservationresources.com

They have locations in the US and UK

8000 H Forbes Place
Springfield, VA  22151  USA
800.634.6932

Unit 1, 2, 4, 5 Pony Road
Horspath Industrial Estate, Crowley,
Oxford, OX42RD  England
+44 (0) 1844 218277

My 2000 catalog lists Renaissance wax in a 7 oz container for
$16.50. They also sell it in a 2.5 liter container.

The catalog also sells some products that might be useful in
photographing jewelry.

Museum Gel, Museum Putty and Museum Wax.

Elaine Luther Chicago area, Illinois, USA Metalsmith, Certified PMC
Instructor Studio 925; established 1992 @E_Luther