Bee's Knees

All-Purpose Household Wax Case of 12

Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

good product

2/21/2015 by Rosalie

works great on zippers on jeans and zippers on boots when they get stiff.

5

Great product

2/16/2015 by Kathy

I put this (with some other stuff) in a Valentines Gift Bag for my husband. He loved it!

5

Magaziner

2/11/2015 by Sari

I've been feeling trapped in my apartment with windows that I can't open! i'm very old (and so are these windows!). Now, thanks to Bee's Knees, I have two manageable windows---and will work on the rest with this excellent product.

5

very good stuff

2/6/2015 by Eugene

great stuff

5

Review

2/4/2015 by Rhonda

Easy to use and has a million and one uses. LOVE..............this product.

5

Great

2/1/2015 by Wendy

Great item to have in your tool box

4

Several uses.

11/1/2019 by Jennifer

I used the wax on my keys - they work great in the lock. I also use it to lubricate my beading threads.

4

Good, not great

10/23/2015 by Linda

Okay product. Does what it says it will do. I would like it better if it were more slippery and didn't break off so easily. I'm still happy I bought it, though. I keep one upstairs and one downstairs, and they come in handy for a multitude of household things.

1

People get real

8/19/2019 by elaine

The price of this is absuuuurd. I use a beeswax candle I purchased for two dollars at my local Orthodox Church...it’s lasted over ten years.
I cannot believe anyone would fall for this gimmicky sakes pitch.

1

Disappointed

2/3/2015 by Charlene

I bought Bee's Knees to eliminate a squeak from a table drawer. I've applied it twice and still have that irritating squeak. Haven't tried it on my zippers yet. Hopefully it will work on them.

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The Bee's Knees Super Wax Story

Bee's Knees - All-purpose Household Wax

Smooth operator

From stuck windows to unreliable zippers, many of life’s little annoyances have a common solution: Bee's Knees All-Purpose Household Wax.

Bee's Knees Super Wax founder Linda Mendonca made this discovery organically in her own life. After years of using beeswax to turn zippers from temperamental to smooth-gliding, she decided to try it on a squeaky fan belt. Then on the balky snaps that lined her canvas boat tarps.

Linda just kept finding new uses: tangle-proofing sewing thread, smoothing rusty tools, unsticking slider doors, troubleshooting keys that resist turning, and countless others. She
decided to make this 100% beeswax problem solver available to everyone in a convenient, American made bar.

This household lubricant is as simple as it gets: the age-old wisdom of grandmothers now fits in your backpack, purse, or glove box. You’ll quickly discover that this all-purpose fixer is an accessory you can’t do without.
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