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Posted on Removing wax from live edge

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LeeMills

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#1 posted 08-10-2016 04:04 PM

In addition to heat as described above…
you may try freezing, the wax will be very hard and can usually be removed with a dental pick. An old stiff toothbrush may remove most when frozen and be quicker that the dental pick.
For natural edged I like a low luster natural oil finish (not gloss like lacquer or shellac). If oiled any small particles of wax left should just blend in.

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