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Developed by the British Museum in the 1950s because commercial waxes available at the time were based on beeswax and carnauba wax that contained harmful acids.
Designed for long-term protection, it also effectively cleans and polishes all solid surfaces including metal, wood, marble, shell, stone, ivory, plastic, leather and even paper, without staining or discoloring. It has high moisture resistance, and can be used to protect paper book covers from finger prints and as a protective coating on photographs. This wax will provide moisture resistance when applied to gloss surface inkjet prints, but should not be used on matte surface papers. The wax will not stain or darken even the whitest papers, and adds protection and luster to watercolors and other works on paper.