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Bringing Back Color in Faded Porcelain #747835 04/29/2020 6:13 PM
by Stephenwarren30
I have researched our site for discussions on discoloring of very old porcelain. I have noticed a lot of good offerings. I came to a conclusion that I was going to try Howard’s Feed N Wax. I was really impressed with the results. I posted pics of the two signs (before and after). I treated each sign...generous application...let sit for 20 minutes...wipe off excess...polish with cloth. Impressive!!! Thought I would share the results.
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Re: Bringing Back Color in Faded Porcelain #747873 Apr 30th a 04:50 AM
by Speedracer
I use that stuff. It's great stuff. I used it on several signs in my collection. However, If your going to sell a sign, leave it as is so the new owner can see the fading and original condition. Or you can just wash it off with soap and water if you decide to sell a sign. I have passed on a few blue signs at shows, because I could tell they were juiced up faded signs. Great stuff.
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Re: Bringing Back Color in Faded Porcelain #747883 Apr 30th a 02:39 PM
by coltex
Thank you Speedracer for adding that. Nothing worse than buying a sign at a show and find out it has been waxed to cover the fade.
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