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Batik Waxes 
Wax is the resist used in batiking and can be manipulated to create a multitude of desired effects. Different wax has different properties but all have their uses. Paraffin wax cracks a lot and when used by itself and can sometimes chip off the fabric. Beeswax and Sticky wax crack very little. Batik wax is a pre-made 85/15 mixture of Paraffin and Sticky wax that crackles just right for a lot of artists. By mixing waxes you can control the amount of cracking. Soy wax is our newest addition - a renewable resource that cleans up with hot soapy water! It can be a viable alternative to other waxes when you are not dying a lot of layers.
Soy Wax Flakes
Soy Wax Flakes
All natural Soy Wax is a fume free, renewable resource alternative to petroleum based waxes for batik and even scrap booking needs!
Batik Wax
Batik Wax
1lb. blocks of pre-mixed 50/50 combination of Paraffin and Sticky Wax. Melts at 150° F.
Paraffin Wax
Paraffin Wax
Paraffin wax is sold in 1 lb blocks. Brittle, and melts at 125° F. For candles, Batik, whatever!
Sticky (Microcrystalline) Wax
Sticky (Microcrystalline) Wax
Sticky wax is more pliable and tends not to crack very much. Sold in 1 pound blocks. Melts at 175° F
Beeswax
Beeswax
The real deal! Yellow, refined. The bees knees. Melts at 142-149° F.

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