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Renaissance Wax compares with EEZOX and BreakFree Collector
May 4, 2014
12:53 pm
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Here is something that might interest you guys with the age old question about what to use on your collector grade guns for protection. I found this blog over on another gun site and thought I would share for comments.

http://www.vintageveloce.com/2014/05/metal-and-gun-protectants-revisited.html

His conclusion was Quote" In short, I really wasn't impressed with Renaissance Wax, but EEZOX and Break Free Collector performed well.

I'm using EEZOX on all my metal now. I will continue to use Renaissance Wax on the wood."

May 4, 2014
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Very informative. Looks like I should be getting some EEZOX. The next question is where to find it.

May 9, 2014
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Hope someone at the BBHC watches this video. It is my understanding that they use Renessance Wax on all their firearms.

May 10, 2014
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I am a little disappointed , but grateful to hear about the test on the Wax. I did think it would would be penetrated by solvents It would be too good to be true to be the perfect protect-all. I still think it is good for the wood. I have heard about EEZOX lately , but have not seen it , so if anyone knows where to get it in Canada please post

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May 10, 2014
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One thing I wonder about is whether it dries up an evaporates over time.

May 26, 2014
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I just checked an automotive supply shop where I live and they had no info on Eezox here in Ontario. The search continues.

May 26, 2014
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Win38-55 said
I just checked an automotive supply shop where I live and they had no info on Eezox here in Ontario. The search continues.

It is a bit hard to find, I had to mail order it since there were no dealers close to me.

http://www.eezox.com/dealers.html

It is worth the hassle as it seems to dry and really protect the metal with a protective coating. It does smell a bit weird though and should be applied in a well ventilated area.

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