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    100% fine filtered pure beeswax for sale

    Fine Filtered 100% Pure Beeswax For Sale now
    ($5.25 per pound + shipping)
    UP TO DATE FOR 2016



    INTERESTED OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE “PM”( privite message) ME HERE AT CAST BOOLITS – (aka randyrat) AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE PAYMENT DETAILS. ( to "pm" just left click randyrat and choose from the drop down)

    Shipping size options ALL 50 STATES

    1-3 lbs.. shipping............ = $5.75 (3 lbs is very popular)
    4 lbs ...shipping ..............=$5.90 USPS legal envelope
    5-8 lbs ...shipping .............= $9 approx USPS A box

    9-15lbs.. shipping.......... = $12.65

    over- 16lbs up to 25 lbs shipping.... = $17.90

    MOST ECONOMICAL

    -3 LBS in an USPS flate rate envelope(shipping=$5.75)
    -4 lbs in a USPS legal envelope ($5.90)
    -8 lbs in a A box (Approx $9)
    -15 lb block in a med USPS box (shipping $12.65)
    -25 lb block in a large USPS box (shipping $17.90)


    Other shipping options

    4 to 12 lbs of approx 2 lb chunks in a medium USPS box
    20 lbs of approx 2 lb chunks in a large USPS box



    Payment options (All sizes $5.25 per lb)

    -PayPal- send your email and I can do a "request payment"
    -Checks or money orders



    BE SURE TO INCLUDE CAST BOOLIT NAME AND SHIPPING INFO WITH ANY PAYMENTS SO I KNOW WHO WHAT WHERE

    I ALSO WILL SHIP TO OUR FRIENDS IN THE NORTH- CANADA, ( I charge for shipping -no handling fees) SHIPPING WILL VERY. PM ME AND I WILL WORK WITH YOU.
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    I don't know if customers are supposed to post here or not, but I am very pleased with Randy's service and wanted to compliment him on that and also mention that his beeswax is top shelf. If I ever run low I will buy from him again.

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    I just wish he sold bees...

    Randy's a good guy in my book.



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    hey randyrat do you get the wax from your bees? you a beekeeper?

    rm

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    My raw material comes from someone else's bees.
    Someday i would like to have my own hives. I grew up around honey bees when i was real young, had hives all over the place no more than 100 ft from the house.

    I was never stung by the Honey Bees, i always got stung by harasing the other beesnest in the area. I would always get hit by a few Yellow jackets, i figured they had to have Honey hidden somewhere. Then the beekeeper explained a few things to me when i got old enough. By that time, i noticed girls and and left the beesnest alone.

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    just wondering randyrat. im a beekeeper myself.

    i get stung but not very often. mostly they pay you no attention.

    i have some wax now that needs to be refined and filtered. its really a job getting the wax to turn out nice and yellow. a man will dirty up a few pots and wreak havoc on the kitchen doing so.

    rm

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    OOOOHHH yeh, i went through that with my wife. i had to buy/beg/steal my own utensils and pots. Whatever is used for beeswax, STAYS beeswax. Don't ever think you'll just melt it off and clean it up before the wife gets home.
    I've got pots that make my wife jelious, but i know she won't touch them. They are waxed, permantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randyrat View Post
    Then the beekeeper explained a few things to me when i got old enough. By that time, i noticed girls and and left the beesnest alone.
    He taught you about the birds and the bees?

    Bee stings stop hurting after a couple days. Stings from girls hurt a lot longer.

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    What is the approximate size/dimension of a 1 pound block of bees wax?

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    2"X6"X6" is close to a pound.

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    I ordered 15lbs from Randy nearly a year ago. It is great stuff. I use it to wax bow strings as well and 50/50 with bear grease to lube ML patches.
    He's a good man to deal with.

    Rich
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    I ran out!

    That's ok, Randy fixed me up again, now I can make x-mas candles.....and a few more batches of lube, of course!

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    Not trying to do you out of a sale but I already have a large chunk of beeswax that was given to me several years ago by a local bee keeper, the problem is it's not nice a yellow like most I've seen but dark brownish colored. Is there anything wrong with using this as is for lube cookies or do I need to refine it fist and if so how do I do that? I don't want to waste this, there must be close to ten lbs. in that block, maybe a little more.

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    The brown color could be a sign it was burnt or over cooked,but otherwise it is just a darker batch of hive scrappings. Also depends what the bees are harvesting can have an effect on color of wax.

    If you see big chunks of debre in in it, all you have to do is strain it through some white cotton cloth. One other method is to heat/melt it slow and let it sit/cool, all the settlings will be on the bottom, then just scrape the bottom

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    For those that are on a waiting list for Clean Fine Filtered 100% Beeswax at an affordable price/exceptional quality.............


    As of 10/13/09 i found another supply of some NICE raw material for more wax. This is to ensure a better/ continuing/ consistant supply for you all. I sealed the deal today....... Bare with me, it still may take a little while to get ready to ship. Ready for orders now
    Last edited by randyrat; 10-18-2009 at 05:23 PM.

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    I'm not going to get bare around bees. No way.
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    Got my 3#....beautiful stuff!

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    Thanks Dan

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    Update on shipping to Canada.
    USPS envelope= $10.95 ( I can put up to 3 lbs in these)
    USPS medium box= $25.95 ( I can put aprox 6- 2 lb chunks or a 15 lb block in these) No extra for handling charges on any size.

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    bees wax

    Are you still selling bees wax?
    I am interesting in purchasing 5-10 lbs for use at home to make things.

    If you still are selling..are the costs the same?
    Thanks,
    Tammy

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