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The Doctor's microcrystalline wax is the same formulation used by the world's largest museums to enhance the depth of luster, and enhance the delicate wood grain of precious wood artifacts. This wax will not form acidic byproducts (it is pH neutral) and, although repelling water, allows the wood to "breathe" and maintain the proper moisture and oil balance within the wood. This wax is very expensive to produce but a little bit goes a long way and maintains a renewable "glass clear" finish for a long time. Will not show fingerprints like other waxes. Good for key work too - (used on brass, nickel, silver, steel at the Smithsonian Museum).
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Comments about The Doctor's Products Woodwind Wax:
When I got the product I was surprised by the miniature size. IIRC, it said to close tightly, which I did. Months later when I wanted to use it, the contents had shrunk and were quite hard. It went to the garbage.I can't say if it's better than other waxes I regularly use, such as Megiars, Turtle Wax, and Birchwood Casey Gun Stock Wax. I can say that these provide good results, are relatively cheap, and I can use the same bottle for years.