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*ginger
 
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*gorse blossoms
 
*heather
 
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*honey
 
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*juniper
 
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*lemon
 
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*lilac
 
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*myrrh
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*night-blooming cereus
 
*old dusty books
 
*old dusty books
 
*rain
 
*rain
 
*rose petals
 
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*rosemary
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*rue
 
*salt
 
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*smoke and brimstone
 
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*thyme
 
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*valerian
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*violets

Revision as of 20:06, 21 December 2009

Wax can be used to polish--and even add a scent to--crafted wooden items and certain furniture.

Syntax: polish <object> with <wax>

The skill crafts.carpentry.furniture is used to polish with wax.

Types of wax

Both unscented and scented wax can be bought in the wood workshop in the Academy of Artificers.

The scented waxes for sale rotate, so check back frequently (or buy up some of the existing ones to "uncover" another type in that slot) if you want a specific scent. Some of the types of scented wax available are:

  • blood, sweat, and tears
  • brimstone
  • chrysanthemum
  • cinnamon
  • dittany
  • eyebright
  • ginger
  • gorse blossoms
  • heather
  • honey
  • honeysuckle
  • incense
  • iron and brass
  • juniper
  • lemon
  • lilac
  • machine oil
  • myrrh
  • night-blooming cereus
  • old dusty books
  • rain
  • rose petals
  • rosemary
  • rue
  • salt
  • smoke and brimstone
  • thyme
  • valerian
  • violets