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What would that be used for ??
 

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you could probably use it for your eyebrows and your bikini lines steve.... :p :p :p
Kevin.....What ever I don't use Maybe you could wax your back and your comb over :p :p :p As it is Valentines day.. :wub: :wub: :wub:
 

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maybe use it for picking feathers off waterfowl. melt in a pot and dip the birds. after they cool and wax hardens you strip wax and feathers all at the same time. even pin feathers come out.
 

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Mom used to clean the old keymac stove in our kitchen with paraffin wax and emery paper.
 

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I know how to wax traps . Last time I bought wax it was in a 2-3 lb cake. Not 55 lb bag
 

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They sell flake wax. It mostly used to make waxed dirt .
 

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it was a good deal at the time to buy it the was I did
a candle shop was closing out and I knew the owner cause I got 10lbs at a time

she knew I would probably like fist crack at buying it all

thought I would share with other trappers that may want a deal on it

trying to be nice

but I guess if everyone wants to poke and make fun

ill keep it all myself

I don't mind
 

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it was a good deal at the time to buy it the was I did
a candle shop was closing out and I knew the owner cause I got 10lbs at a time
she knew I would probably like fist crack at buying it all

thought I would share with other trappers that may want a deal on it
trying to be nice

but I guess if everyone wants to poke and make fun
ill keep it all myself
I don't mind
Not pokin fun here bud...as i posted above friends/neighbors of mine use wax and have for years on their traps.I guess since u have such a large quantity some feel the need to make fun??i dunno...best bet keep it for urself and ignore the comments made by others.Happy hunting/trapping????
 

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Grandfather used to always dip late season mallards in wax after plucked, let cool and rub off, removes all down and "hairs" they have. Makes them real clean for roasting up! Knew another guy who used to boil his traps in wax paper?
 
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