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#1 posted 474 days ago

I’ve used paraffin wax on drawer slides numerous times.
Seems to me that Beeswax would be too soft and not stand up to the pressures involved with drawers sliding in and out. I think of Beeswax as a type of finish or to be mixed with other products : ) JMHO.
I use paste wax on my metal surfaces for rust protection and to make the wood glide easier over them.
And I use bikini wax for…oh , nevermind…LOL Happy New Year : )

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