One of my colleagues – Graham Withers of Tempus: Archaeology and Metal detecting has used this product on a Bronze age pallstave axe head. Which had started to corrode fro bronze disease. The product cleaned and has conserved the axe, leaving in with a fantastic, museum like look.
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I confirm that we are aware of many of the uses to which this product is put, however, we do not mention this on the pack or in advertising as it could detract from the product’s image as a furniture polish. If customers do contact us we mention the alternative uses to which the product can be put. These include use on leather, car bumpers and dashboards instead of ‘back to black’, metal surfaces including iron gates, curtain rail usage and use in production moulds. The product is also used by gun owners and cyclists.
The difficulty with launching a specific use brand is that the minimum order for aerosol cans is 30,000 units.
We do not have any problem with regard to you promoting this product and its many uses. I confirm that the product is a pure oil derivative based product with beeswax which contains no water and no silicones. It has a cult following.
I hope this is helpful to you and we thank you for your interest.