At Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax we have such great fun!
We work hard to bring you the best new marine product, a great sewing supply, natural all purpose lubricant for home, workshop, & office. Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax is
- the ONLY 100% natural zipper and snap lubricant
- The best product for making your own whipping twine
- that contains NO silicone, paraffin, minerals or crude oil based ingredients, that can harm your boat canvas, Jeep soft top canvas, camper or tent canvas,
- a great conditioner for hard leather,
- water treat suede and canvas sealing seams,
- won’t stain Isinglass,
- the best stuck windows or door lubricant
- the best tool to help sewing through heavy fabrics,
- a great lubricant for saw blades!
Well.. just about any surface benefits from Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax!
On our Facebook page www.facebook.com/TheHiveForBKZW we have lots of fun there too! Everyday we have a Trivia Question and sometimes you can win a Basic Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax. Visit us, like us, and play often!…
Yesterdays Question was: What composer was responsible for spearheading the emergence of what is known today as ” The Movie Soundtrack”? (aka The background music that was played in Psycho during the shower scene)
The answer to yesterdays Trivia Question, is Igor Stravinsky, Russian born he composed symphonies that were written for very large orchestras. The Firebird, and Rite of Spring are his most well known.
In 1913 the Paris premier of Rite of Spring, was ill received because the music was considered discordant, written without obvious variations on a theme (which was standard in those days) and had massive key and rhythm transitions. The audience rioted, police were brought in to control what turned into a mob. It wasn’t until many many years later that his genius was acknowledged!
I strongly urge you to listen to at least the first few moments of the 1st movement… you will recognize the birth of “Today’s Movie Sound Track”!!!
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