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Hi @Lyn de Graaf I skip the grated wax and the baking paper stage, I run the block of wax directly over the base of the iron and spread the wax by using the hot iron. Everything cleans up with rubbing the hot wax surfaces with tissue.  The last remnants of wax aren’t a problem on my oven tray or iron they are natural after all.  Such fun.

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1 hour ago, Oma said:

Hi @Lyn de Graaf I skip the grated wax and the baking paper stage, I run the block of wax directly over the base of the iron and spread the wax by using the hot iron. Everything cleans up with rubbing the hot wax surfaces with tissue.  The last remnants of wax aren’t a problem on my oven tray or iron they are natural after all.  Such fun.

Thanks Oma.  What a brilliant idea.  I never iron anyway so it can be my dedicated wax wrap iron.  😀

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Both beeswax and my better half are likely to smoke if not burst into flames if I was to apply beeswax with  the iron.

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9 hours ago, john berry said:

Both beeswax and my better half are likely to smoke if not burst into flames if I was to apply beeswax with  the iron.

 

My other half doesn’t know what to do with an iron! I tell him waxing is what irons are for. I’ve thrown away all our clothing that needs ironing years ago so now if its a fabric that needs ironing I don’t buy it.

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