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Beeswax

Beeswax

Beeswax is used commercially to make fine candles, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals including bone wax (cosmetics and pharmaceuticals account for 60% of total consumption), in polishing materials (particularly shoe polish and furniture polish) and as a component of modelling waxes. It is commonly used during the assembly of pool tables to fill the screw holes and the seams between the slates. Accordion makers use beeswax as an adhesive, when blended with pine rosin, to attach reed plates to the structure inside an accordion. Beeswax candles are preferred in most Eastern Orthodox churches because they burn cleanly, with little or no wax dripping down the sides and little visible smoke. Beeswax is also prescribed as the material (or at least a significant part of the material) for the Paschal candle ("Easter Candle") and is recommended for other candles used in the liturgy of the Roman Catholic Church.
Beeswax Block White - Refined
Beeswax Block White - Refined
Beeswax Block Yellow - Purified
Beeswax Block Yellow - Purified
Beeswax Cake - Golden
Beeswax Cake - Golden
Beeswax Granules - Refined
Beeswax Granules - Refined
Beeswax Granules - Yellow
Beeswax Granules - Yellow