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#1 posted 06-27-2013 02:58 PM

I use the block beeswax and mix it with mineral oil. Just melt the wax and mix with the oil. I put wax shavings in a container and place the container in a pot of boiling water, once melted mix the two. Word of advice, heat the mineral oil. I added wax to oil and the wax hardened before it was completely mixed. I had to throw it in the microwave and heat the mixture to remedy my problem.

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