Renaissance Wax


Renaissance Wax was originally developed in the British Museum in the 1950's to clean, restore and protect valuable museum objects, art and collectibles. Today it is used to protect and enhance a variety of surfaces: furniture, sculptures, porcelain, knives, fine art, leather, all metals, wood, and much more.

What makes Renaissance Wax different?
Renaissance Wax has a crystalline structure much finer than totally natural waxes, which makes it more efficient at resisting moisture. When thinly applied and rubbed out to full luster, the wax film is (and remains) glass-clear, with no discoloration either of the wax or the underlying surface. Free from all acids, it's pH neutral, so it won't damage sensitive materials. It can be used on virtually any surface, even paper. A little goes a long way, and also lasts a long time. It freshens colors, does not show finger marks and imparts a soft sheen.

On furniture and other wood items the wax enhances the grain patterns. It even protects existing finishes and can be applied directly to sanded, unfinished wood without need of sealers. The clarity and luster of Renaissance Wax gives it an instant visual appeal and the smooth finish will also protect polished surfaces against fingerprints and damage from spills.

Available in 65 ml size (approximately 2.2 oz.),

Application Instructions:
Apply sparingly with a soft cloth and buff gently. Dries hard instantly.