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    Hello can anyone tell me if Renaissance wax is okay to use on wound badges and if yes which is the best way to use it thanks Kevin.

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    Hello nobody uses Renaissance wax ? Kevin.

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      #3
      It's a preservative wax that if applied as directed in very small amounts with a soft clean cloth will form a clear coat over most anything. I've had great success using it on zinc awards/badges as well as other misc. items I wanted to protect. In short, I'm a fan of Renaissance Wax.

      Regards,
      Stu

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        #4
        By the way, there are numerous past threads on this topic. A "search" will bring them up but here is one to get you going. It sums the topic up well.

        http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...hlight=Ren+Wax

        Regards,
        Stu

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          #5
          Thankyou Stu for your answer ,i did do a search but i could not find a specific answer on wound badges . Kevin.

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            Originally posted by Stu W View Post
            It's a preservative wax that if applied as directed in very small amounts with a soft clean cloth will form a clear coat over most anything. I've had great success using it on zinc awards/badges as well as other misc. items I wanted to protect. In short, I'm a fan of Renaissance Wax.

            Regards,
            Stu
            Big fan, myself J

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              #7
              Thanks Jacques , i will give it a try then ,Kevin.

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                #8
                just make sure what ever it is ,,that the item is clean. Because your going to seal it..
                Great stuff. You have a minty piece,,use the product correctly and it will stay nice!

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                  #9
                  I had an interesting experience where I had a m35 helmet where the green paint has turned dark brown over the years in places. I put some renwax to try and prevent this from happening on the whole helmet. Image my surprise when the brown started disappearing and green reappeared? Any one noticed something similar? J

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                    #10
                    I appreciate the wax very much, too.

                    Yes, I experienced something likely, too, Jaques, when using it. The soft rub with the wax has a cleaning effect as well. Therefore I always give a first rub for the dirt and a second one with the cloth staying clean. Q-tips are also very useful to clean the difficult parts with the wax.

                    I press thumbs that your drought in Capetown will soon end- I believe it´s no nice situation with rationed water.

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                      Originally posted by o.r.k. View Post
                      I appreciate the wax very much, too.

                      Yes, I experienced something likely, too, Jaques, when using it. The soft rub with the wax has a cleaning effect as well. Therefore I always give a first rub for the dirt and a second one with the cloth staying clean. Q-tips are also very useful to clean the difficult parts with the wax.

                      I press thumbs that your drought in Capetown will soon end- I believe it´s no nice situation with rationed water.
                      In Africa it is not a problem , the vast majority of locals don' bath anyway. J

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                        :d

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                          #13
                          Hi ,thanks everybody for the replies, my stepson is bringing a tub over in May from England so i can give it a try Kevin.

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                            #14
                            I use The Wax on all my Etched Dress Bayonets,superb product that cleans to an extent and fully seals the surface.....

                            http://picreator.co.uk/renaissance-wax/
                            I Love Etched Dress Bayonets!

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