When I was a kid my mom used to have a large bar of dark gold bees wax that she used to wax her thread to prevent wicking and, wax yarn to make it stronger , wax fabric to make it water resistant, wax her needle to make sewing though heavy fabric easier, and make cotton water resistant These days that dark gold bar while it conjures memories, we now know, they were not as purified and filtered, as they should have been. That is one of the reasons why we created 100% natural ultra purified, and filtered Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax.
You still get all of the benefits from Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax without the bacteria and bee parts stuck in the wax!
You can use Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax to:
- wax your thread to add strength
- wax your thread to make it water resistant and non wicking
- wax the needle to make it glide through all kinds of materials like leather, heavy canvas
- When sewing in a button, make sure you wax the thread so that the repair will be twice as strong. If you are sewing on a button for a rain coat, it is mandatory that you use Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax, otherwise your thread will wick moisture right into the coat and the thread will get soggy and the fibers will break down and shred. IN other words, you will loose your button,,, yet again! That is why we are always loosing buttons!
- When putting up a hem, use Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax to keep the thread from tangling and strengthen the repair.
- Because Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax is 100% natural it will never harm almost every fabric it touches…
You can use Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax when you:
- Do Crewel work
- Hem pants
- Sew on buttons
- fix zippers
- On Curtain Rods to make the curtain rings glide along!
- When you darn
- For quilting
There are some many uses for Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax, it is amazing!
“Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax Get’s Stuff Un-Stuck” …and MORE!