Would you like to protect the knives, swords and other edged weapons in your collection from moisture and finger marks? Then try this micro-crystalline sword wax polish. It is a blend of refined waxes used by the British Museum and international restoration specialists to revive and protect valuable metals, furniture, leather, paintings and more. It freshens surfaces and dries hard instantly. Preferable over metal polishes. 65 ml. canister. Use sparingly, as a little goes a long way.
Renaissance Wax was originally developed in association with the British Museum for restoration and protection of art treasures, and is a superb micro-crystalline polish ideal for use in the shop. Renaissance Wax is our all-time favorite coating for reducing friction, preventing rust and corrosion, and putting a shine on anything that needs it. Though it seems fabulously expensive, Renaissance Wax lasts so long and works so well that even the most frugal woodworker will find it a genuine value. It is an excellent polishing agent for any wood or metal surface, leaving an extremely hard, thin coating of astonishing durability with excellent resistance to water, alcohol and fingerprints. Used on furniture, Renaissance Wax will be the toughest wax you have ever used. In fact, it is the only wax we know of that is likely to be as durable as the finish underneath, resisting staining and marring in any household or office setting.
Renaissance Wax is used in the following places in the U.S. - The Smithsonian Institute, Colonial Williamsburg Conservatory, Abraham Lincoln Residence, Vicksburg Military Park and Museum, Henry Ford Museum, Academy of Arts, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NRA Museum, Rockefeller Restorations, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Hilton Hotels, BYU Museum of Art, National Ornamental Metals Museum, as well as other museums, government agencies, craftsmen, collectors both professional and amateur alike.
In the United Kingdom it is used in the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Buckingham Palace, Military Museums at Aldershot, H.M. the Queens Royal Armourer, The National Museum of Antiquities - Scotland, Royal Armories (London & Leeds), The Imperial War Museum, Windsor Castle, and The Tower of London.
Renaissance Wax has appeared on and in the following - The Martha Stewart TV show, This Old House magazine, Better Homes & Gardens Wood magazine, The Double Gun Journal, Gun List, Blade magazine, Knives Illustrated, Knifeworld publications, Tactical knives magazine, The Big Show Journal, Ships'n'Scale Magazine, Pool & billiards magazine, as well as many other articles for sportsmen, craftsmen, woodworkers, metalworkers, restorers, conservators and in famous professional reference and restoration publications worldwide!
- Cleans and Polishes Sword, Dagger And Other Weaponry
- Prevents Rust
- Little Goes Long Way
- Used By Reenactors, Collectors And Museums