55 Ways to Use Beeswax

Stakich Beeswax

Many people have asked us, "what is beeswax used for?" Beeswax is an incredible natural substance that can be used in many ways to improve our lives. Its several uses date back for over thousands of years! It is first produced and used in the hive by honey bees to build their honeycomb cells, but humans use it outside of the hive for a wide variety of applications. Beeswax acts as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiallergenic and a germicidal antioxidant which is why it is such a popular product.

 

55 Ways to Use Beeswax

  1. To waterproof leather
  2. In candle making
  3. A lubricant for old furniture joints, doors, and windows
  4. A component for mustache creams and beard balms
  5. As a furniture polish when mixed with linseed oil and mineral spirits
  6. In covering cheeses and preservatives to protect from spoilage
  7. A conditioner for wood bowls and cutting boards
  8. Coat nails and screws to prevent wood from splintering
  9. Cake guitar bodies to boost longevity
  10. Coat reeds for woodwinds
  11. Used in Indian art of fabric dyeing called Batik printing
  12. Polish for granite counter tops
  13. To make crayons
  14. In soap making
  15. Hair removal
  16. Combine with comfery and chick weed powder to alleviate itching
  17. In sewing to strengthen the thread and prevent snagging
  18. As a flexible mold for a variety of mediums
  19. In glass etching
  20. Encausting painting
  21. To make earplugs
  22. When fashioning dreadlocks
  23. To make dental floss
  24. For cracked animal hooves
  25. When making cosmetics
  26. When making chocolates and certain candies
  27. Removing previous waxes
  28. In blacksmithing
  29. Basketry
  30. To coat the hemp strings on lacrosse heads
  31. To make lip balms
  32. When making healing salves, creams and ointments
  33. As a polish for shoes and floors
  34. To waterproof boots and saddles
  35. To coat metals, such as hand tools, to prevent rust
  36. In manufacturing as a thickener or emulsifier
  37. To seal documents
  38. An ingredient in surgical bone wax
  39. Blended with pine rosin to serve as an adhesive
  40. A metal injection moulding binder component
  41. Glazing of fruits and vegtables
  42. Chewing beeswax can help quit the habit of smoking
  43. Grafting plants
  44. In the restoration of pictures
  45. Fly fishing lines
  46. Used in crafting of dentures and other dental equipment
  47. To seal and polish smoke fired pottery
  48. On snowboards and snow skis to help with the glide
  49. Apply to ledges for skateboarding tricks
  50. Use to cover a broken wire on braces until you get to your orthodontist
  51. To prevent stretch marks
  52. Temporary filling until you can see your dentist
  53. To seal stick matches to stay dry when boating, fishing or skiing
  54. To prevent slippage for belts in vacuums and sewing machines
  55. Prevents tarnishing of bronze items
We carry 100% Pure Beeswax that is filtered to be free of debris and collected from unsprayed and unfertilized fields.  It comes in multiple variations offering you a diverse selection to chose from. 


1 Response

Elana
Elana

June 04, 2015

hi I just got your beeswax from Amazon and trying to make a hair remover product can you please send me a recipe thanks in advance

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