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Wax can make any wood project look so much better — some kind of wax should be in everyone’s wood shop. Woodcraft has the 200ml 7 oz. can of Renaissance Wax for $19.99. That’s not bad for high-end product.

Formulated originally for the British Museum, it seems that Renaissance Wax has found use in finishing and refinishing any wood, leather, or metal item where a wax finish is appropriate. We’d love to hear what people who use it think of it compared to regular old wax products.

Renaissance Wax [Woodcraft.com]

 

4 Responses to Dealmonger: 200ml Renaissance Wax

  1. Clint says:

    This is great stuff! I use it on my cast iron tabletops to help prevent rust.

  2. Big Dave says:

    I like to know what’s in the stuff I smear on my high end projects. So, I roll my own. Just mix pure beeswax with turpentine until the whole mess is the consistency of butter. Gives a nice finish and is easy to reapply as needed … and it costs only pennies per application.

  3. tim says:

    I collect custom forged damascus knives. This is the standard wax I use on all the blades in my collection.

  4. Jim K. says:

    At the science center I work for, this is the preferred wax for any items going through the conservation process. I’ve used it many times and found it to be quite agreeable. On my own projects I tend to favor a homegrown mixture like Big Dave’s.

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