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Microcrystalline wax
Microcrystalline waxes are fully refined petroleum waxes derived from the distillate extract of solid hydrocarbons, predominantly paraffinic in nature.

Polythene A wax
Derived from polyethene with a low molecular weight.  It is supplied in the form of a white, hard, tough crystalline powder with a melting point of 98 to 108C. It has excellent solvent binding capacity and owing to its crystalline structure gives rise to smooth, opaque pastes with great stability to heat.  It is insoluble or only sparingly soluble at room temperature in conventional organic solvents.

Canterbury Cathedral, NXVII
(United Kingdom)
 

 

Canterbury Cathedral, nII
(United Kingdom)

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paint layer consolidation with a mixture of both waxes at and later reconsolidation with Parloid® B72, SZA and Ormocer®

 

 


paint layer consolidation with a mixture of
both waxes at

Canterbury Cathedral, sVII
(United Kingdom)
 

 

 

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paint layer consolidation with a mixture of
both waxes at

 

 

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