Sealing Wax Beads are
ideal for you if you prefer a wickless easy-to-use sealing wax. This wax is the
same composition as our Glue Gun Wax and is completely flexible and mailable.
Paper & Decorative
impressions on Paper, simply melt 5 to 6
Beads in a Melting Spoon over a flame It is then easily dripped on to your
envelope or paper, using the same melting spoon.
For larger projects the use of a Melting Pot is recommended- please see our
options on the Sealing Accessories Page.
For Wine Bottle Sealing:
The Wine Seal Waxes can be applied via the following methods:
1. Directly onto the recessed cork with a hot melt applicator in an automated
2. Directly manually onto the recessed cork utilizing a hot melt glue gun.
3. Directly onto the neck of the bottle by means of manual dipping
4.) Other Decorative Applications such as on the Labels or with added
Note:· The wax is easy to peel off the bottle
top at room temperature as well as chilled wine serving conditions.· Our Wax adheres to natural, synthetic, and one-by-one cork types.
Can be applied as a plain wax seal or embossed with a logo or image.· . Provides a distinctive appearance to the bottle by being
specially formulated to allow for an even layer of wax to be applied to the
Applied directly onto the cork - Wine Bottle Sealing Wax is normally
applied in a manner similar to a hot melt adhesive, utilizing a
state-of-the-art high efficiency production line uniquely designed for this
application, or applied manually onto the recessed cork utilizing a hot melt glue
gun. The suggested wax application temperature is 200 °F to 270 °F (93 °C to
132 °C). One pound of wax will seal approximately 450 bottles.
Applied directly onto the bottle neck - Hand dipping Wine
Bottle Sealing Wax is normally applied by dipping the bottle top into a molten
tank of wax. The suggested wax application temperature is 275 °F to 300 °F (135
°C to 148 °C). One pound of wax will seal approximately 25 to 30 750ml bottles.
FDA Compliance: The Wine Bottle Sealing Wax conforms
with Federal Regulations 21 CFR 175.105 and 21 CFR 178.3297.\
Each 1 lb Bag makes approximately 700 average
size impressions (3/4").