Question A'bout Flitz Gun Wax


Ala Dan
November 12, 2006, 09:20 AM
Supposedly, its a combination of carnauba and bee's wax~!:uhoh:

Is it any good? The lable says it offers up too six months of protection
from the elements; with no build up,and its non abrasive. Who here has
tried this stuff on their firearms?

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November 13, 2006, 12:43 PM
I use it on all of my collectables including 2 Vintage Colt SAA's. No rust. I also put on all of my knives including the Randalls, agan no rust.

Ala Dan
November 13, 2006, 04:06 PM
Thank you Sir, for your expertise advice. I will give it a try~!;) :D

Proly, start out using it on my folding knives first; then on the
slide of my Springfield XD- .45ACP~!

November 13, 2006, 04:46 PM
I like the Flitz product, but if you have deep pockets and something you really want to preserve, try...

"How the "Perfect Wax" was created...For over forty years, RENAISSANCE WAX polish from England has been the #1 choice of major museums, art galleries and institutions for the preservation of the precious pieces. Professional conservators, retailers, amateur restorers and private individuals throughout the world depend on RENAISSANCE WAX to protect their collections and for home use.

Prior to 1950, the only polishes available were based on beeswax and carnuba wax. Unfortunately, these natural, saponifiable products would cause damage when acids arose spontaneously through oxidation or hydrolysis.

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The British Museum approved manufacture of this wax for its own use and for distribution to the public. That "perfect wax" is now available internationally under the name RENAISSANCE WAX ."

Restore, refresh and protect your antiques, cutlery, furniture, precious metals, armory, collectibles, art, photography and much, much more. It's uses are endless. The #1 choice of museums, galleries and professionals worldwide.

65ml (2.25 fl. oz.): $14.00
200ml (7fl. oz.): $22.00 per can
2.5 liter: $165.00 per can

The stuff is incredible and a little really does go a long way.


November 20, 2006, 07:45 PM
I echo John's recommendation.

I've been using Renaissance Wax for years on lots of different things. Absolutely great product. worth every penny.

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