When it is boating, camping, and just “enjoying the outdoors” season,  and you have stuck zippers on your boat canvas, tent canvas, wrangler soft top, or any of your outdoor gear that has zippers that stick, having Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax in your arsenal is a smart move!  Not only will it prevent stuck zippers, Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax also makes the canvas it treats water resistant!  Just glide BKZW up and down the open zippers on either side and work the zipper housing up and down a few times. Your zippers will move more smoothly than before!

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If you have ever had a canvas top on you boat, camper/tent, or soft top that leaked at the zipper… try Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax!  Here’s how!

  1. Make sure the area is dry and clean
  2. Glide BKZW up and down either side of the open zippers and at the seams  of the surrounding canvas area.
  3. Get your household “hair dryer” put it on hot and heat the treated canvas, until BKZW has seeped into the fabric.
  4. Re-apply BKZW as necessary and repeat this process.

As Canvas ages or when it is exposed to intense sun,  your canvas dries out. THAT is when it is prone to tears, leakage and dirt build up. Using BKZW as a canvas conditioner is a great way to prevent prematurely replacing your boat canvas, replacing your wrangler soft top, or replacing you RV Canopy. Here is what we suggest.

  • Clean and dry your canvas
  • Take BKZW in the palm of your hand flat like a hockey puck and lightly glide BKZW in a circular motion or a back and forth motion, on the areas you want to protect.
  • Hit with a household “hair dryer” on hot, or let the treated canvas sit in the sun.
  • Repeat as necessary!

There you have it… easy care… what is the old saying… An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure…

Prevent canvas wear and tear and condition your canvas with Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax!

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You can purchase Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax at www.beeskneeszipperwax.com