- Chewing beeswax can help quit the habit of smoking.
- Smooth movement for doors and windows.
- Prevents bronze items from tarnishing.
- Rust preventive.
- Furniture polish.
- Candles that don’t drip and have no smoke.
- Covering cheeses and preservatives to protect from spoilage.
- Lubricant for old furniture joints.
- Component for mustache creams.
- Conditioner for wood bowls and cutting boards.
- Coat nails and screws to prevent wood from splintering.
- Used by NASA with an enzyme to mop up oceanic oil spills.
- Cake guitar bodies to boost longevity.
- Coat tambourine surfaces for thumb roll playing technique.
- Coat reeds for woodwinds to get a tight fit.
- Egg painting in a Ukraine folk art of Pysanky.
- An essential ingredient in Indian art of fabric dyeing called Batik printing.
- In candy like gummy bears, worms and jelly beans.
- To water proof leather.
- Molten beeswax to polish granit counter tops.
- To make crayons.
- With palm oil for soap. The palm oil reduces scars and the wax a natural moisturizer.
- Mix with palm wax for a natural hair remover.
- In archery, to reduce bow string friction.
- On whips to water proof.
- In bullets.
- With comfery and chick weed powder to alleviate itching.
- Wire pulling.
- Sewing to strengthen the thread and prevent snagging.
- To fill seams between pieces of slate when setting up a pool table.
- Plucking the feathers from fowl.
- As a flexible mold for a variety of mediums.
- Clean your clothes Iron.
- In glass Etching.
- Encausting Painting.
- To make earplugs.
- Ear Candling.
- When fashioning Dreadlocks.
- To make Dental floss.
- For cracked animal hooves.
- When making cosmetics.
- When making chocolates.
- Copper sinks.
- Removing previous waxes.
- In Blacksmithing.
- To coat Baking pans for smooth exit of goods.
- To coat the hemp strings on Bag Pipes.
- To make balms.
- Barbeque preparation.
- When making healing salves, creams and ointments.
- Used in pharmaceuticals.
- In manufacturing of electronic components and CDs.
- As a polish for shoes and floors.
- On sticking drawers.
- Keep zippers moving smoothly.
- To water proof boots and saddles.
- To coat hand tools to prevent rust.
- To lower cholesterol, ulcers, diarrhea and hiccups.
- To relief pain, swelling (inflammation)
- In beverages.
- In manufacturing as a thickener or emulsifier.
- In fragrances/perfumes.
- To seal documents/envelopes.
- An ingredient in surgical bone wax.
- Blended with pine rosin to serve as an adhesive.
- A metal injection moulding binder component.
- In the embalming process.
- As a stabilizer in the military explosive Torpex.
- To coat hemp strends – an alternative use to lighters.
- A natural Air purifier.
- Glazing of fruits and vegtables.
- As a hair pompay.
- Grafting plants.
- In the restoration of pictures.
- Wax fly fishing lines so they float.
- To keep saws sharp.
- Grinding and polishing of optical lenses.
- Used in crafting of dentures and other dental equipment.
- To seal and polish smoke fired pottery.
- Used on snowskies for a good glide.
- Used for base ring for toliets (in the past).
- Used to cover a broken wire on braces until you get to your orthodontist.
- To prevent stretch marks.
- Saturate cardboard with beeswax and use as a fuel for a backpackers fuel for stove.
- Beeswax candle as emergency heat when trapped in a car or small space.
- Temporary filling until you can see your dentist.
- To seal stick matches to stay dry when boating, fishing or skiing.
- To prevent slippage for belts in vacuums and sewing machines.
- As a wood filler.