Quakehold! 66111 Museum Wax, Clear
The Same Formulation Used By Museum Conservators, Works Best On Wooden Surfaces, Great For Securing Antiques And Collectibles From Falling And Breaking, Museum Wax, Simple Application And Removal
What We Like
- The museum wax is great for securing antiques from falling and breaking
- Made of non-toxic material that makes it safe to use
- Comes in box container that makes it easy to store
- may not be suitable for plastic objects
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7.97 out of 10, based on these factors:
Is it possible that it will prevent a bottle of wine from rolling off a shelf?
It is wax like sticky stuff, and depending on the type of surface you plan to stick it on, it can damage it. I recommend using the clear Museum Gel better, (I've tried both) and have found the clear.
Will it work to hold silver spoons vertically?
The jar has a label that says it holds on a table, but it doesn't mention holding things vertically.
I have glass bottles that I set on glass shelves, will this work on glass to glass?
I use it on my bottles and glass shelves all the time.
I have a raw sandstone fireplace mantel, but will it adhere to the bare rock?
If your sandstone mantle gets warm or hot, I believe it will come liquidy, but it sticks to the rock.
Is it safe for painted surfaces?
We didn't notice any damage when we removed the museum wax, but I suppose there is no 100% guarantee.