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  • Johnsons Paste Wax

    I saw on another forum that Johnsons Paste Wax has been discontinued. My current can is only 3 years old so I'm pretty sure I've got enough to last me quite awhile. I will however be keeping my eye out for any stray stragglers I might find on the shelves of local stores.
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    Interesting, I wonder why. I have been using Boston Polish Wax for a long time. A 1# can lasts a while. Just bought another can last year and it was 4x the price of the first can I bought. I will have to keep an eye out for any Johnsons I see on the shelf and maybe grab one of those.

    Thanks for the heads up Dave.
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    • BadgerDave
      BadgerDave commented
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      I wonder if their sales took a tumble in the last few years. They changed the formula, or at least the color, a few years back and the public reaction was not universally positive.

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    Plenty of Johnson's paste wax around here $6.00 -10.00 depending where you buy it.
    I use MinWax

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    • BadgerDave
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      Their both good, kinda like 6 of 1 and half a dozen of the other.
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