dfrensdorff

Natural Beeswax ... the last for this year

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Hello All ...... Natural beeswax chunks from the beekeeper who has bees on our ranch......I use it on a regular basis for burnishing and it works great.  A & B are 15-16 ounces ...........  C & D are 8-9 ounces.......A & B .... $15     C & D ..... $10  Price includes shipping. Paypal is best ......  Probably the last bit of beeswax you'll need for a while.

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The beeswax i use also smell great too.

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@defrensdorff I'll hapilly take brick "D" or "C", just sent a DM. Thanks!

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"A - C - D" are gone...

"B" still available.....

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All spoken for ......

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Ohh my goodness. sorry I missed it. Been looking for a big block or 5 of the stuff. Anyone know where you can get larger blocks instead of the smaller bars that seem to be everywhere? At this point im about to buy some larger mold pans and melt them into a bar myself. 

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Not sure if you have a Michaels craft store, but I found a 1Lb bar here in Ontario, Canada.

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When you are using natural bees wax, straight from the beekeeper, do you need to combine it with parrafin wax for burnishing?  If so, what is a good ratio?  

Thanks.

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Definitely not. The pure beeswax is best. Yellow beeswax is fine but if you can get the white cappings wax  its even better

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