DetailsBottle Seal Wax Beads help you achieve a tough, moisture-resistant coating that preserves freshness, flavor and fragrance in your wines, or beers, with these blends of FDA approved waxes with FD&C approved colors. We recommend melting the beads in soup cans; no mess to clean up off of pots, and any unused portion may be left in the can for remelting at a later time. You can dip the bottle in the wax for a more rustic look, or use a small measuring cup or spoon if you want the wax in a specific location. A one lb. bag of beads is good for approximately 65 bottles.
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4.8 / 5.012 ReviewsIt really does workI like the look of the final product, it has a rustic farm house made look. The trick is to set the heat to medium low, let the beads slowly melt, and they wont spatter and make a mess. Once the wax is a liquid just dip in the bottle and on to the next. You can polish the wax once it's dried._x000D_March 7, 2013Adds a nice touchIts easy to apply the wax, leave it in a can on low to medium heat to melt it. Dip and wipe after it dries to smooth the wax. The wax is easy to peel off, and can be reused. If you give away 20% of your bottles, this is still good for over 200 uses. Thats around 6 cents per bottle per use, for a nice looking addition. I can't resist a bargain like that.April 17, 2013Very cool productThese are awesome, it really adds a nice touch to the presentation of my wines. And it's reusable, so it will last a very long time, making the per use cost negligable. I melt them in a can and dip the bottle in the can. I save the can and wax for future uses. Simple and effective.May 18, 2013The wax is visually appealingI use a few different colors of this wax. My wine bottles sealed up with the wax look very good, reminding me of pictures from 18th century France. Its easy to put on and remove, and can be reused an almost unlimited number of times. Its a good investment and will enhance the presentation of your wine.September 6, 2013The bottles look fabulousThis came out great and the bottles look fabulous. No way this wine was made at home :-)_x000D__x000D_The wax holds on well. It takes heat and time to loosen the wax to remove it because it stays on so well. To melt in a can keep it covered, and use low heat.November 14, 2013Looks very nice and can be reusedI get compliments of how it looks. I melt it in a can that I cleaned by heating it on the stove. Just dip and twist and the top comes out coated in wax that soon hardens. After removing the wax, I just put it back in the can for a later day when i melt it all down.December 24, 2013Bottles look fancyBottles look fancy with the wax on them. It separates them from plain old home made wine. I keep the bits in a cleaned out tin that I can heat up and melt and dip in the bottles. After opening them I scare off the wax and chuck it back in the tin for reuse.January 28, 2014Melts evenly and is easy to work withThe wax adds an upscale look to my wine bottles._x000D_Eye candy adds to the experience of drinking the wine._x000D_April 5, 2014AmazingI bought these for a beer I made earlier in the year, and it was a great decision. It makes people drool before they even taste the beer, and everyone says this was the best beer I have made._x000D__x000D_Applying the wax is incredibly easy, I left it in a can right on the stove on medium low while I was gathering the bottles. Application is smooth and makes the bottles look great. Once it dries, you can wipe the wax with a cloth and it shines! Very attractive_x000D__x000D_Whenever I open a bottle, the wax peels off super easy and I just drop it back into the can for the next time. The ad says it is good for 65 bottles, but I say it is good Indefinitely.October 21, 2012
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