Use this for wood and pottery objects on high shelves and in hard to get to locations where they are not likely to be moved often. This is a specially blended formula of microcrystalline waxes used by museums for antiquities and is best for most wood. Easy to use, applies in seconds, non-drying, non-toxic, completely removable and reusable.
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Will this work on products that are moved a lot? In other words, I want to keep a sculpture from tipping if I have to pick it up.- Asked by Connie Crawford on 02-Apr-14
We recommend using Museum Putty instead. Museum Putty is suggested for items that are frequently moved.- Answered by MisterArt on 08-Apr-14
What are good solvents for this product?- Asked by Len C. on 31-Oct-13
This product is meant for non-porous surfaces. If it has been put on a porous surface there will be a greasy residue that has probably seeped in. If it has been on the object for a long time, and has hardened, it can be softened with a heat dryer, and then cut off with dental floss. Also, light residue can be taken off with a citrus cleaner.- Answered by MisterArt on 31-Oct-13
Is this ok to put on vases, trophies, and crystal collectables?- Asked by Pam Tagliareni on 22-Jan-13
The product is suggested for wood and pottery objects. This product should be okay on a vase. It is not recommended for use in metal or crystal / glass surfaces.- Answered by MisterArt on 28-Jan-13
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