Beeswax raw cleaned
Beeswax The product of the bees is used in the bee colony for the construction of the honeycomb plant. The construction bees chain up and produce the beeswax in special wax glands, which they then use to form the mantibles into the honeycomb. For centuries, this wax was in demand, especially in the ruling houses, for the production of candles. Today, the beeswax has been replaced by the cheaper paraffin. But for many things, beeswax is still the best choice. There are the care of zippers, the impregnation of twine at the cobbler and saddler and the production of real wax paper. Beeswax comes from the beekeeper as raw wax as a wax block from the solar wax smelter or steam wax smelter. After cleaning impurities, honey and propolis, the wax can be processed further. Part of the beekeeper needs for the production of central walls for his beekeeping. He returns these central walls to the bee colony where the bees again build honeycombs. But the bee colonies produce a surplus that is sold as a raw material by beekeepers.