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Doing a take away gift for the upcoming wedding and it works great. I know you can use all purpose glue sticks with crayons but I would use the white with some food coloring over that. Quick note on use, I think that i found the melting temp of 170 or so fahrenheit and I used an electric griddle with a pot of water and soup can. I would suggest picking a griddle up from thrift store before using the stove and put down some news print or anything that you can just throw away because you will make some of a mess. another cool thing is that we used a brass stamp and if you would like to do the same, go short on the first layer and then stamp the second layer with a ice cold die, keep a bowl of ice water to cool it between bottles.
I got this wax for my holiday brew. I bought a metal snowflake wax seal stamp and stamped the tops of the bottles so they looked amazing. Comes off fairly easy when you want to open the bottle, or if you don't dip it perfect, you can just re-melt it and try again.
It reminds me of the French wine bottles from old movies where they are sealed in wax. It looks great and is easy to melt on and peel off.
This wax looks great on beer and wine bottles. It does have a matte finish, not shiny like you see on those bottles of bourbon. I love the finished look this gave my homebrews.
These work great and are easy to use. I used them on my Christmas Ale bottles. I melted them in a can that I put in a pot of simmering water. Nice finished look. Easy to remove from bottle as well.