I see you got plenty of answers or where to find was. I have another
Lee Valley (and others) sells Top Cote. It works better for me. Sprays on
and you just wipe it after it dries. Boeshield is another good product.
With wax I got rust a couple of times. With Top Cote, nothing. YM will V
depending on temperature, humidity, heated or unheated shop, etc.
It comes in a can, similar to car wax. There are several brands. Johnson's
Paste Wax is the "classic". Butcher's Wax is also well established and is
normally in stock at Home Depot--wander around the paint aisle and you
should find it--if you go to <http://www.butcherwax.com/catalog.html
you'll find pictures of the can so you'll know what to look for--ask the
guy for "bowling alley wax" and he's more likely to know what you're
talking about than if you ask for "paste wax". Briwax is another good
brand. Any kind of car wax that doesn't contain silicone should also do.
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Grocery store. Paste floor wax, usually on the bottom shelf with all the liquid
easy-apply junk surrounding it. Or brew your own, just for kicks.
"Inanimate objects are classified scientifically into three major categories -
those that don't work, those that break down and those that get lost." Russell
Johnson's Paste Wax. I use this on all my cast iron tables. And,
it's great for furniture, window sills, etc. I found some at Lowes,
WalMart, most hardware stores. Sometimes it is in the cleaning
supplies. In a yellow can.
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