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waxing a tin tacker
#742617 Fri Jan 24 2020 10:06 AM
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I just got a new old stock sign, Tin Tacker
It took a while to get the thin layer of paper off of it
Now I want wax it, any suggestion on what wax to use?
Im not sure if any certain waxes will damage the color.
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Re: waxing a tin tacker
LC 336 #742620 Fri Jan 24 2020 11:25 AM
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I have had very good luck with a product called "Beats em all". It's a pure carnaubas wax with no abrasive. They also have a product called "Rub out" that does have a mild abrasive that when used carefully will lift dead paint and restore luster to paint. I also use it on metal oil cans. I pick up a supply at a local car show every year but I'm sure you can find it on line as well.

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