Pure, 100% Dorset beeswax for making your own balms, salves and polishes, for use in craft projects, for furniture restoration.
HOW TO USE Just a few uses we know about – to ease drawer runners, curtain tracks and zips, to fill scratches or worm holes in wood, to wax thread and string. The wax melts at 65 degrees C. It may develop a “bloom” if kept at low temperatures – this will rub off with a cloth, or if stored in a warm place.
Beeswax is produced as a liquid by young bees, which secrete wax from special glands. On contact with air, the wax hardens to form small scales. Naturally white, the wax is coloured by pigments in the pollen which bees collect. About one million wax scales make 1 kg of wax.
We will endeavour to deliver within 3-5 days but please allow up to 14days as we try and order & deliver as environmentally friendly as possible. If items are out of stock we will contact you. At the very most delivery will be 30 days or a full refund given. Delivery is for the UK & Ireland only, if outside of this area please email & we may be able to help.
It is possible to collect your delivery if you prefer and omit the delivery charge, please call for date and time for collection.
Please select the correct postage option for your postcode/area. We hope to bring prices down, on the cost of delivery once we have been delivering Nationally for a while & as volume increases, we still deliver to Somerset, Dorset, Bristol & Bath as before ourselves.
You will receive an email regarding expected delivery times & if any item is out of stock. You will also receive an email or text regarding your delivery on the day it is due to arrive.
Returns and refunds information
Faulty goods must be notified within 4 working days and returned within 7, a replacement will be ordered or money refunded for faulty goods only. Items that are the incorrect size must be returned in a saleable condition, a replacement size will be ordered where possible or an alternative will be found.