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Natural Beeswax 1 oz. Bar

12 Reviews
SKU: EQ02
$2.15
QuantityPrice
1 – 9$2.15
10 – 24$2.05
25 – 99$1.95
100 +$1.80

Details

Beeswax is used to keep metal tools from sticking to glass and acts as a protective barrier for your tools in the harsh flame environment.

Ratings & Reviews

12 reviews

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bwax

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Wax is great for keeping your tools in good working condition. Kept mine from rusting or any noticeable ageing.

Love BeesWax!

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Beeswax is great for keeping your tools from rusting and leaving marks on your glass, and prevents tools from sticking to the glass. And it smells great! Super cheap too.

use this stuff every day

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i eve use this stuff on graphite. you think graphite is slick enough,until you use graphite coated in wax. dont use on tweezers or shears.

I LOVE WAX

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No really, i love beeswax and so do my Jim Moore jacks! This actually reminds me i need to order more and so do you!!

mmmmm.. yeah...

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i'd smear this all over me if i didn't use it constantly to lube up my tools. if you're not using beeswax then you're not living!

Get Some

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If you aren't waxing your hand tools, then you are missing out. The wax helps prevent grabbing of the glass by your tool, decreases instances of tooling marks and helps maintain the value and quality of your tools. While the tool is slightly warm after a use, gently rub the tool on the bar or vice versa. Let a small layer dry and with graphite, soak in some. Don't be shocked when the wax lights up and burns a bit if it gets hot while the tool is being used, just calmly blow out and keep rolling or set tool down if your done. And it sure does make you shop smell nice! IMO

Get Some

by -

If you aren't waxing your hand tools, then you are missing out. The wax helps prevent grabbing of the glass by your tool, decreases instances of tooling marks and helps maintain the value and quality of your tools. While the tool is slightly warm after a use, gently rub the tool on the bar or vice versa. Let a small layer dry and with graphite, soak in some. Don't be shocked when the wax lights up and burns a bit if it gets hot while the tool is being used, just calmly blow out and keep rolling or set tool down if your done. And it sure does make you shop smell nice! IMO

I LOVE WAX

by -

No really, i love beeswax and so do my Jim Moore jacks! This actually reminds me i need to order more and so do you!!

Love BeesWax!

by -

Beeswax is great for keeping your tools from rusting and leaving marks on your glass, and prevents tools from sticking to the glass. And it smells great! Super cheap too.

bwax

by -

Wax is great for keeping your tools in good working condition. Kept mine from rusting or any noticeable ageing.

mmmmm.. yeah...

by -

i'd smear this all over me if i didn't use it constantly to lube up my tools. if you're not using beeswax then you're not living!

use this stuff every day

by -

i eve use this stuff on graphite. you think graphite is slick enough,until you use graphite coated in wax. dont use on tweezers or shears.