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3 Benefits Of Bottle Sealing Wax

Post date: Mar 30, 2018
Bottle sealing wax creates a secure seal to protect bottled goods, including perfume, wine, whiskey and syrup. Learn more benefits of using bottle sealing wax: 1. Secure Seal Corked bottles don’t provide a perfect seal, which can lead to a...

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4 Facts About Candelilla Wax

Post date: Mar 16, 2018
There are hundreds of wax types available. Each type serves a specific purpose. Keep reading to learn about candelilla wax. 1. Candelilla wax is a plant wax. It comes from the leaves of small candelilla shrubs, which are native to...

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5 Facts About Carnauba Wax

Post date: Feb 23, 2018
Carnauba wax is a natural plant wax used in many products and applications. Keep reading to learn five facts about this wax type. 1. Source Carnauba wax comes from carnauba palm leaves, which grow in Northeastern Brazil. It is collected...

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3 Valentine’s Day Gifts With Wax

Post date: Feb 9, 2018
Did you know many traditional Valentine’s Day gifts contain wax? Learn about three Valentine’s Day gifts that contain wax. Cards The card you send to your loved one may be coated in wax depending on the type of paper it...

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3 Facts About Microcrystalline Wax

Post date: Jan 26, 2018
Microcrystalline wax is one of the many types of waxes available. It is used in a variety of applications. Learn about three microcrystalline wax facts. 1. Petroleum Wax Microcrystalline wax is derived from crude oil and is considered a petroleum...

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