Seller: msnouveau (6,752) 100% , Location: MID WALES, Ships to: Americas, Europe, Asia, AU, Item: 400046939802 msnouveau Store RENAISSANCE WAX FOR MULTI SURFACES x 200ml I have been asked many times about the after-care of my bronze sculptures, so by request I am now supplying Renaissance Micro Crystalline Wax Polish in 65ml & 200 ml cans. This wax is favoured by Bronze Sculptors worldwide & all my bronzes are waxed before shipment.......but they will benefit from further waxing approx twice a year for indoor sculptures, & 4 times a year for outdoor sculptures Renaissance Wax will enhance & maintain the patina of your bronze .......also all other metals, wood, leather etc......in fact, it's uses are almost unlimited For those of you who are not familiar with Renaissance Wax & it's unique qualities, I have given some information about this product below I supply an instruction for use leaflet with every can sold FREE POSTAGE WHEN SENT WITH ANY BRONZE SCULPTURE Thanks for looking........why not take a moment to browse through my lovely selection of bronzes........& if you like what you see........please add me to your favourite sellers Any queries, please email me at email@example.com or telephone 01597 829081 Renaissance wax polish was originally formulated in the British Museum research laboratories in the early 1950's, in response to a discussion amongst museum technicians at an international conference on fine-art conservation. In accelerated ageing tests, the British Museum scientist found that all current commercial waxes based on the usual natural waxes (beeswax and carnauba wax) contained acids which, in time, could spoil original finishes on national historic collections of furniture. He rejected them all and investigated the new so-called 'fossil' or microcrystalline waxes being refined out of crude oil. With their distinct characteristics depending on their geographical origins, the new 'man-made' waxes could be accurately blended to meet the needs of many industries, from cosmetics and pharmaceuticals to heavy engineering. Thus, the waxes combined Nature's best qualities with the advantages of modern technology. The blend which emerged from that research was 'designed' for long term protection of all classes of museum exhibits. At last museum technicians and others caring for important collections could use wax polish that neither caused future conservation problems nor detracted from the intrinsic values of their treasures. Commercial production and distribution of the polish was ultimately undertaken in 1968 by the London-based company Picreator Enterprises Ltd. under its trade name 'Renaissance'. The product was quickly accepted in the international museum world and has become a universally respected standard conservation material - probably the most widely specified - because of its almost unlimited uses. Certain images/photos are the copyrighted property of JupiterImages and are used with permission under license. On 29-Nov-08 at 11:00:12 GMT, seller added the following information: SquareTrade © AP6.0 On 30-Apr-09 at 13:01:47 BST, seller added the following information: Sellers: Get your own map of past buyers. Fast. Simple.