Thomann Bees Wax for Didgeridoo

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Beeswax

  • For didgeridoo mouthpieces
  • Untreated and cleaned for molding the mouth tee
  • Quantity: 20 grams
Available since May 2007
Item number 115645
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Material Bees Wax
£1.64
Including VAT; Excluding £10 shipping
Quantity Discounts
Price each You save Quantity
£1.64 1
£1.55 5.5% 5
£1.45 11.6% 10
£1.35 17.7% 20
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Delivery approx. between Monday, 24.06. and Tuesday, 25.06.
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AlexK2 10.10.2020
The wax is very good , durable and so easy to put on the digeridoo .
After like 2 -4 months i recommend you to switch it with a new one as it starts getting a different color and that's absolutely normal for it being a natural wax . Amazing quality and nice flavor for the price tag . Good job !
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A must have for your didgeridoo
NikMartken 23.07.2018
I bought this beeswax for creating the mouthpiece on a PVC didgeridoo and I was really surprised by the quality of this product.
Quick tip: use warm water for heating it up and moulding the wax while it is warm. Once cooled, it stays there and it's really comfortable to play: highly recommended!
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Get a finished mouthpiece instead
nikreiman 27.03.2023
This product is useful for filling in small gaps, but don't bother with it if you are thinking of crafting a full mouthpiece with it. Just get one of the fully-formed mouthpieces instead, that works much better. The wax is also a bit low-quality, so it won't hold the shape very easily (and hence, fail to maintain a consistent tone).
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pretty good quality
Lookaji 27.05.2024
Takes exactly the right amount of time to melt and prepare, the molding around the didge.
I prefer using an hairdryer after I leave it for some time under the warm sun. Alternatively boil some water and put it on a plate on top.
Do not exaggerate with temperatures trying to be faster. Don’t let it boil or fry. Don’t let flames touch it.

Good things come to those who wait.
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