Beeswax Pellets Hobby

$10.00$35.00

Discover the versatility of our premium beeswax pellets hobby, a must-have for every DIY enthusiast and natural product lover. Sourced from the finest beeswax, our pellets are a pure and sustainable choice for a wide range of applications. They are great for projects that need beeswax weighing or easy to sprinkle applications. Many pellets on the market in stores have parafin added for candles. These beeswax pellets are 100% pure Australian beeswax from our hives.

How to use beeswax pellets?

Melting beeswax pellets is a straightforward process, and you can use various methods depending on your preferences and the scale of your project.We recommend using a double boiler and not the microwave (of course it’s up to you though). Add pellets into a double boiler or a heatproof bowl over a pot and heat over a medium heat until melted. Do not walk away from heating beeswax as even on a low heat if left unattended it will burn and turn dark in colour. If needing to use for beeswax food wax wraps you can sprinkle pellets directly onto the fabric.

Melt and pour temperature: 85 – 90 degrees.

There are extensive uses for beeswax pellets but here are just a few:

  • Candle Making: Melt beeswax pellets for smooth and even candle creation, imparting a natural honeyed aroma to your space.
  • Skincare Products: Harness the nourishing properties of beeswax for crafting balms, salves, and lotions that provide a protective barrier and lock in moisture.
  • Natural Food Wraps: Create eco-friendly, reusable food wraps by blending beeswax pellets with fabric, offering a sustainable alternative to traditional plastic wrap.
  • Leather Care: Condition and waterproof leather goods by using melted beeswax to create a protective coating that enhances durability.
  • Wood Polish: Craft a natural wood polish by combining beeswax pellets with oils, providing a protective and lustrous finish for wooden surfaces.
  • DIY Lip Balms: Formulate your own lip balms using beeswax pellets as a base, ensuring a smooth texture and moisturizing effect.
  • Homemade Soaps: Incorporate beeswax pellets into soap recipes to enhance hardness and longevity, while contributing a subtle honey scent.
  • Thread Conditioning: Strengthen and condition threads for sewing by running them through beeswax, reducing friction and tangling.
  • Art and Craft Projects: Add texture and dimension to art and craft projects by incorporating melted beeswax for a unique finish.
  • Metal Preservation: Prevent rust on metal surfaces by creating a protective beeswax coating that acts as a barrier against moisture and oxidation.

Available in other sizes. We have loads.

Packaging: Wrapped in recycled paper or recycled plastic sheet
Region: South East Queensland
Processing: Double filtered
Size: 100g – 500g. Contact us for larger amounts.

Flat rate of $10 for all shipping.

Description

Pure Beeswax Pellets Make Hobbies Easy

Discover the versatility of our premium beeswax pellets hobby, a must-have for every DIY enthusiast and natural product lover. Sourced from the finest beeswax, our pellets are a pure and sustainable choice for a wide range of applications. They are great for projects that need beeswax weighing or easy to sprinkle applications. Many pellets on the market in stores have parafin added for candles. These beeswax pellets are 100% pure Australian beeswax from our hives.

Crafters will delight in the ease of use and exceptional quality of our beeswax pellets. Perfect for candle making, these pellets melt smoothly and evenly, creating candles with a natural, honeyed aroma that fills any space with warmth. The natural golden hue of the beeswax adds an elegant touch to your creations. Ideal for DIY projects, the easy-to-melt pellets ensure a seamless crafting experience for both beginners and seasoned artisans.

Beauty and skincare aficionados will appreciate the nourishing properties of beeswax. Create your own balms, salves, and lotions with these pellets, providing your skin with a protective barrier that locks in moisture. The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of beeswax make it a fantastic ingredient for soothing irritated skin.

For those committed to an eco-friendly lifestyle, our beeswax pellets offer a sustainable alternative for food wraps. Craft your own reusable wraps to preserve food in an environmentally conscious way, reducing single-use plastic waste. These are much easier to use than grating beeswax onto your fabric.

Versatile, sustainable, and of the highest quality, our beeswax pellets empower you to unleash your creativity and embrace a natural lifestyle. Elevate your DIY projects with the pure essence of beeswax, and experience the countless ways it can enhance your crafting, skincare, and sustainability efforts. View our beeswax processing method here.

How to use Beeswax Pellets?

Melting beeswax pellets is a straightforward process, and you can use various methods depending on your preferences and the scale of your project.We recommend using a double boiler and not the microwave (of course it’s up to you though). Add pellets into a double boiler or a heatproof bowl over a pot and heat over a medium heat until melted. Do not walk away from heating beeswax as even on a low heat if left unattended it will burn and turn dark in colour. If needing to use for beeswax food wax wraps you can sprinkle pellets directly onto the fabric.

Tips and Safety Precautions:
  • Caution: Beeswax is flammable, so avoid direct heat and open flames.
  • Cleanup: Use disposable tools or be prepared for a thorough cleanup, as beeswax can be challenging to remove once solidified if it isn’t on a surface that can be reheated..

Flat rate $10 shipping all over Australia.

Additional information

Weight .25 kg
Size:

100g, 250g, 500g

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