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Uses of Beeswax

There are requirements which this bees wax fulfills just around the house. It is strange and interesting at the same time that anything produced naturally can do so much. Firstly, it is one of the best substances for the Care of Leather Furniture. Wooden furniture may get damaged if excessive amounts of artificial substances and protective coatings are applied over a large period of time, even if they do show beneficial effects in the short term. Since it is a naturally occurring, bees wax forms a layer over the wooden furniture and help to keep dust and impurities off. Are there creaking doors and windows in your house, the ones which remind you of a horror movie when you open them? Just use this item on the underside and the sides of the doors and windows and they shall creak no longer. Thirdly, you can use anything to polish and protect your granite table tops but nothing will be as effective in cleaning it as beeswax. To do this, you need to apply the substance when it is considerably hot. For best results, apply when the substance is in a molten state. This makes marble very clean and shiny. The process is to apply it with a cloth, allow it to dry up and then wipe it off with a clean and dry cloth. Professional archers routinely use it for polishing the bow strings because it decreases the tension on the surface and protects it from dust and dirt. Its other uses include waterproofing leather boots, application of pans to make them non sticky and for making the popular long lasting candles.

There are many benefits of Beeswax as well. The candles made by it impart a soothing odour which helps to relax and re-stress. Since it has the highest melting point among all waxes, it burns slowly and is more long lasting than other wax variety. One may argue at this point that candles of this substance are considerably expensive and paraffin wax is cheaper and more effective. This is a completely wrong notion because beeswax candles burn slowly and is long lasting. Paraffin wax candles burn out and melt fast, and are not really cost effective.

Another interesting thing about this amazing naturally occurring substance is that it is the only fuel which gives out negative ions when burning. Due to this, it easily cleans and purifies the air of dust, dirt and bad odor. In conclusion, beeswax is a better alternative than many manufactured products.