HELP/FAQ:  
#10 What is your Sealing Wax Made of?
Last Updated: 10/16/2020
The generic composition of our modern Sealing Waxes in Glue Gun, Bead and Flexible Stick form consists Refined Paraffin waxes, Microcrystalline Waxes and color Pigments. These components impart the performance properties of modern sealing waxes when compared to original formulas– the wax is more viscous, denser, tackier, has a higher melting point and is in general more elastic and adhesive . This is why this modern waxes work so much better with stamping, retaining a good impressions and being adhesive during the mailing process.
Modern Sealing Waxes are:
  • FDA certified for Direct Food Contact (Glue Gun and Bead Wax only).
  • Non Toxic as long as not ingested
  • Vegan - the wax is not animal derived and not tested on animals
They are NOT:
  • biodegradable or recyclable
  • Natural



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