As we mentioned above, in order to reach those beautiful colors, we just add colored pigments to our crystal clear wax, during the making of it. Later, in order to reach those amazing and vibrant colors we’ve been making you used to, we add some pigments and let it cool, hardening it. You can choose between 26 different colors, from red to blue, to green, white and others, even though that, inside the visible light spectrum, there isn’t really a limit to the number of colors we can create. You can also become the artist, mixing two, three or more different wax colors, in the melting process, to reach a more personalized and individual result. Before choosing quantity or colors, the first decision you have to make is the shape of the wax – wax beads or wax sticks, although inside the latter there are two slightly different shapes. You have finished making your wine, and now you want to bottle it for future use. If you are a traditionalist wanting brittle wax, or someone looking for flexible wax more suited to the demands of modern post, we have a range of options for you in beads, sticks or for use with a wax gun.
Wax beads are a little more practical, since you don’t have to cut them and can melt them without making a mess all over the place. Slowly melt beads in wax spoon over a candle or burner. Measuring 3.9in (10cm) in length and 0.3in (0.7cm) in diameter, these wax sticks are made of high quality wax, meaning you can effortlessly melt them in order to create a strong seal. For just a couple bucks you can get one vintage-looking stick to match the retro mood wax sealing has to offer, still having the opportunity to pick one of 26 beautiful and lively colors. Firstly, the Sealing Wax Sticks – Box of 16 Wax Sticks in 25 Colors. If you’re looking for an addition to your sealing wax storage, firstly you must decide between Wax Sticks or Wax Beads, each one with its different characteristics, but with the same guaranteed quality wax.
The color is exactly the same as the picture, super strong and gorgeous. This was literally the best buy of my life, first because the store was super attentive, gold sealing wax beads I even got a thank you card! Inkt is your best source for sealing wax in New Zealand. Every little substance we use to make our sealing wax is thoroughly tested, as well as the combinations between multiple ones, just to be able to give you the best wax we could possible create. The wax beads themselves are super high quality, came very well packaged and in a small bag, inside the packaging, very cute. At OBK, we have the most popular sizes of wine bottle corks (tapered and straight wine corks) in various-sized packaging, as well as bottle wax sealing beads to make your bottles tamper-proof. Today, most commonly available stones come from deposits in India and South America and is heat treated, but natural materials is also available, often from artistic gem cutters who have access to materials from smaller, high-grade deposits. All our sealing wax is made in the traditional way with only Natural Resins and Beeswax.
All our sealing wax is made in the traditional way with only Natural Resins and Beeswax. A cork made from natural material is not completely solid and will allow your wine to breathe, while the use of a synthetic wine cork will make your bottle airtight. Natural corks require moisture to retain their shape and remain pliable; bottles using natural corks need to be stored flat. Wax Burner copper plate becomes very hot while using. Wax Spoons become very hot while using. Two or three should be enough for a good seal, while each bag brings 100 to 105 pieces. Put a few pieces of the lacquer wax in a special spoon and dissolve it with a candle;Then drop it onto the paper seal and use the stamp to knock it on. Then push the stamp into the pool of wax, taking care to get wax excess all around the stamp. Get your envelope in front of you, attach your seal head to the handle, and grab your lighter. High quality wax may not mean that much to you, but to us it means effortless melting, odorless and, ultimately, a strong seal. For the Romans, Carnelians toughness made it ideal for signet or seal rings, as it could stand up to detailed carving and the shock of hot wax.