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Beeswax Block 28g

£2.25

Beeswax Block 28g

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£2.25

Your new essential household item that you never knew you needed

A simple beeswax block which will transform your household. From DIY beauty to hinge lubricant and much more. You'll rid your house of chemical based products and soon will not know what you did before you had this little wonder block!

Beeswax is naturally produced by bees and used to build the combs where the honey is stored.

DIY Beauty - If you've ever thought of making your own natural, soothing moisturiser at home Beeswax makes an ideal base. Combine with equal parts of your favourite base oil and butter (such as cocoa butter or Shea butter), melt down, mix up and re-set. Easy and great for DIY Christmas gifts too! You can make lip balm too!

Reusable Food Wrap - Have a go at making your own beeswax wraps with some leftover fabrics.

Furniture Polish - Beeswax is a fantastic natural and traditional alternative to chemical-based products and gives your furniture, or wood projects, a very smooth and rich finish, as well as an effective layer of protection.

Homemade Crayons - Do your children somehow get through their crayons like there’s no tomorrow? Well, you don’t have to buy any more as you can make your own very easily with beeswax! All you’ll need for this is a block of beeswax, a bar of soap, some food colouring and setting moulds.

Hinge Lubricant - One of the most popular household uses for a beeswax blocks is to lubricate any squeaky or stiff doors, drawers and windows through the house for a quick and easy fix – making this product a bit of a tool kit essential!

All you have to do it coat the hinge or runner in question with the beeswax and there you have it – good as new! This will also help to prevent and remove any pesky rust build up.

Natural Beeswax Candles - You can make your own beeswax candles and add your own scent using essential oils, rather than synthetic fragrance which is so commonly used.

Beeswax should always be melted over a water bath to prevent overheating. It melts at about 64ºC.

Size: 28g

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