Product Code: C101
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This natural beeswax is from a local Cornish farm very close to our Kernowcraft office. Beeswax is perfect for using on saw blades when piercing metal as it helps the blade glide gently through the metal and assists in the prevention of 'sticking'. Simply swipe the saw blade through the wax (just once as you do not want to overload the teeth with wax) to help glide the teeth through your metal sheet, especially on the first few cuts until you 'catch the metal'. You can even swipe the back of the blade to keep the wax from clogging the teeth as it is the back of the blade that can cause binding up. Binding up is when the saw is being pushed through the metal sheet quickly or forcefully which can cause the blade to bend and break. A light coat of Beeswax is also perfect for protecting stringing material against fraying and water damage.
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|UK Standard||Calculated in shopping basket||£2.95 - £4.95|
|UK Next Day Delivery*||Calculated in shopping basket||from £7.95|
|UK Saturday Delivery||Calculated in shopping basket||from £14.00|
|Europe||Calculated in shopping basket||from £5.95|
|All Other Countries||Calculated in shopping basket||from £6.95|
*Orders for Next Day Delivery must be placed before 12pm. You will receive your order the following day not including Saturday & Sunday (Deliveries for highlands & islands may take a little longer).
*Orders for Next Day Delivery over 10Kg must be placed before 10.30am. You will receive your order the following day not including Saturday & Sunday (Deliveries for Highlands & islands may take a little longer).
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