Otter Wax Products
$14.25 All fabric priced and sold in 1/2 yard increments, eg. enter a quantity of 3 to purchase 1.5 yards
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An all-natural heavy duty fabric wax made from the highest quality beeswax and proprietary blend of of plant-based waxes and oils. The first and only water repellent wax that doesn’t utilize paraffin, silicone, or other petroleum-based synthetic ingredients.
The larger size of this bar is ideal for those wanting to treat larger items such as jackets or pants, so if you're on the fence about how much wax your project will require we recommend going with this size.
Using Otter Wax is an easy way to greatly improve the functionality and utility of virtually any item. It can be used to revive the waterproofing capabilities of factory-waxed or oiled clothing, and is also an excellent way to waterproof untreated fabrics. Use on a variety of clothing and equipment from jackets, to hats, to bags, to tents, and more.
The Heat-Activated Fabric Dressing comes in a 1/2-pint tin and provides enough wax to tackle those bigger projects. This item is perfect for those folks looking to achieve that ‘Factory-Waxed’ appearance. Our Fabric Dressing is perfect for those waterproofing unwaxed items, but it’s also a great option for those that want to use an all-natural wax treatment to re-waterproof their factory-waxed and oiled jackets. Applies easily when melted with a natural-bristle paint brush, soft cloth, and some elbow grease.
The concentrated Castile Soap Canvas Cleaner is the perfect solution for removing dirt, grime, and stains from waxed or oiled fabrics. Our soap is specially formulated to clean all types of fabrics while not disturbing the wax or oil treatments already applied.
The smoothing tool is great to have on hand when waxing up your fabrics. Once wax has been applied to the fabric, use the flat side of the tool to help press the wax deeper into the fabric to help create a better seal. The pointed edges of the tool can be used to remove any excess wax that may have accumulated in seams. Waxed fabrics typically develop creases over time. It's a matter of preference, but if you wish to remove these creases, you can do so easily by gently heating the fabric with a hair dryer, and using this tool to smooth the wax back into the fabric.