Spent a splendid day yesterday processing beeswax which is a pure cauldron job which almost calls for that tall, black hat I have somewhere.
Very simple to do - take the residual natural wax cappings from the frames, drain it of the remaining honey, wash it in warm water and then melt it in a double boiler and pour the result through muslin cloth to separate the wax from the remaining sticky bits. All the stickiness, heat, goo, and mess is worth it - honestly! - to produce our own wax, for your healing ointments and lipbalms. Such balms are going on sensitive places, thus purity and provenance matter to us - and perhaps to you.
And now for the clear up! Which of course includes alcohol. To wipe down. Honest.
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