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  • Sunitha Vivekanandan

    I wonder would it work on painted plastic outdoor furniture too? Metal Protector The same carnauba paste wax that maintains a car's finish does a dynamite job on painted metal furniture. Once a season, apply an even coat with a damp terry cloth towel to furnishings; let dry, then lightly buff with a soft cotton rag. The wax will repel water, preventing rust, and also restore luster to dull paint

  • Irish Girl

    will be trying this....carnauba paste wax after painting vintage metal outdoor furniture.....says it prevents rust and repels water

  • Tracy Altman

    The same carnauba paste wax that maintains a car's finish does a dynamite job on painted metal furniture. Once a season, apply an even coat with a damp terry cloth towel to furnishings; let dry, then lightly buff with a soft cotton rag. The wax will repel water, preventing rust, and also restore luster to dull paint. (martha stewart)

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