Product Benefits

Bees Wax Uses

  • Wax will water proof leather and tents seams.
  • Wax will stop rust in steel and cast iron if melted in to the metal.
  • Mixed with linseed oil wax is a wood finish.
  • Melted in to a cloth wax will make a great fire starter.
  • Rub wax into dresser drawer slides for a lube that don’t collect dust.
  • Rub in to patio door slides for a weather proof lube.
  • Rubbing wax in to the head of screws will stick the screw to the driver.
  • To remove rusted bolts melt wax in to the threads.
  • Put wax on thread to keep the thread from braking and knotting.
  • Bee wax makes the best candles in the world.
  • Wax mixed with oil on drill bit will stop galling in tacky metals.
  • Put wax on zippers and they will work like new.
  • Wax is used for grafting tree branches.
  • Wax is used in fishing to make line float and to tie fly threads.
  • Wax will water proof bow string for hunting.
  • Wax will stop squeaky fan belt.
  • Bee wax makes the best lip balms, lotions, and soaps.
  • Wax will purify lead when making lead bullets.
  • When ladies wear open toe shoes put bee wax in the shoe on the heels it will stop your foot from slipping to the toe opening.
  • You can use wax to seal the joint in slate pool tables.
  • When assembling the reads in organs and accordions they use bee wax toseal the reeds.
  • Preserve bronze. To ward against oxidation caused by moist air, brush on a solution of ⅓ pound beeswax melted in 1 quart turpentine. Buff it with a towel to create a thin, hard coat.
  • Whip frayed rope. Wrap a waxed length of string tightly around the rope’s tip about a dozen times. Tie off the loose end and trim the excess
  • Condition a wood cutting board. Add a half-teaspoon beeswax to a cup of mineral oil, microwave until the wax melts, and apply the mixture to the board with a soft cloth.
  • Polish concrete counters. Give a sealed, dark concrete countertop a muted, natural luster by rubbing melted beeswax over the surface with a chamois cloth. Let it dry and then wipe, says Fred Hueston, director of the National Training Center for Stone and Masonry Trades.
  • Preserve a patina. Seal a copper sink by rubbing it with softened beeswax and polishing off the excess with a lint-free rag, says Shane Jost, owner of Mountains Edge Copp

Pollen Benefits

Pollen is the male part of the flower. The bees feed it to the queen and the young as a source of protein and vitamins. For us it is a way to get up to 25% protein and an unmatched selection of vitamins. You can mix it with food like yogurt and smoothies. Pollen is an all natural source of endurance and energy.

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