Crystalline Clear Museum Wax Description
Crystalline Clear Museum Wax, also known as Quakehold Museum Wax, is the best solution for making sure collectibles and other breakable items stay secure and in their place when stored in high places, such as on shelves or book cases. This wax has the same formulation that is used by museums conservators to store historical items and artifacts and is also removable, reusable, and non-toxic. Simply scoop a small amount of Crystalline Museum Wax from the jar, roll into balls and place on the bottom of the object. Then, press the object securely into place. To remove, simply twist the object and lift up.
Crystalline Clear Museum Wax Details
Crystalline Clear Museum Wax is:
Pros of Crystalline Clear Museum Wax
– Great for use on wood or pottery
– Instant sticky quality for good grip
– Reusable, non-toxic formula
– Museum grade formula
Cons of Crystalline Clear Museum Wax
– Dries out easily (must keep container securely closed)
– Best application for stationary items only
Our Take on Crystalline Clear Museum Wax
Crystalline Clear Museum Wax is great for making sure those expensive, breakable decorations stay safe on high shelves. This wax is formulated in the same way as many museum conservator’s waxes and helps to keep items from sliding, moving, or falling off shelves, book cases, and other high places. Crystalline Clear Museum Wax is non-toxic and non-acidic which makes it safe to use as well as removable and reusable, extending the life of the wax as well as keeping items from being damaged.
While Crystalline Museum Wax is great for general decoration applications, it does not hold up when used on items that are jostled or moved frequently. For example, using this wax on decorations in an RV or trailer is not the best use of the product as the items will more than likely continue to fall. It is mean for use in the home for stationary items for best results. Additionally, this product has facts that tends to dry out very quickly, so it is important to make sure the lid is securely on the jar after each use. Aside from these small problems, Quakehold makes a great museum wax.