This microcrystalline wax polish was originally formulated at the British Museum in the 1950's
.* Examples of Waxed and Un-Waxed Dragonfly Beads... Not Butterfly Beads like I said a few times in the video, despite fully knowing the difference between butterflies and dragonflies :)*
Types of projects that benefit from using a finish such as Renaissance Wax, over that of other types of glazes and finishes.*
Overview of what Renaissance Wax is, where it is made and the many ways in can be used.* Seemingly expensive up front... but not so in the long run because a just little goes a very long ways.*
I show you how simple and easy it is to apply and the gorgeous glossy finish it creates.
Brought to you by Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor. There's more info about
Natasha Beads at my blog if you are interested: http://www.beadsandbeading.com/blog/?...
Renaissance wax is useful in a jewellery workshop for sealing patinas created by Liver of Sulphur on metal. It can also be used to prevent the oxidisation of metal, to keep tools from rusting, and as an invisible protective finishing wax on a range of materials from wood and ceramic to polymer clay, resin and leather.
Using renaissance wax on a firearm not only provides protection, but the proper wax can be used to clean both wood and metal.
Watch along as Larry Potterfield, Founder and CEO of MidwayUSA, demonstrates the benefits of using the proper wax.