Hey there! It has been a few days since I have written about the wonders of Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax. We are getting ready for, The Newport International Boat Show in Newport Rhode Island. But I have to tell you that so many of our customers are telling us new and exciting ways to use BKZW! I thought that I would compile a Top Ten list of the uses found by our BKZW customers!


  1. Braiding: Whether it is a horses mane or line or thread or twine.. BKZW customers are lightly coating what ever they are braiding with Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax! Why?? Because BKZW makes it easier to handle, BKZW coats what you are braiding to give it grip, and BKZW prevents slip! Bev A. uses Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax as a saddle resin it gives her a better seat!
  2. Polishing: It doesn’t matter what you want to polish… if you what to keep the natural patina of copper, brass, aluminum, stainless, or chrome, using BKZW is the perfect 100% natural, chemical free solution. Lightly rub Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax on what ever metal you want to polish and or clean, then vigorously rub with a clean micro fiber or polishing cloth. Repeat as necessary! You’ll get a nice natural shine all the while maintaining the beautiful patina!
  3. Lubricating Pocket Knives:  Pocket knives especially the ones we’ve kept since we were kids, need lubricating. I remember trying to lubricate one of them with a propellant based lube, it squirted everywhere, it was a mess. Well one customer Jimmy S. said he uses BKZW near the joint and lightly rubs BKZW on the blades keeping them rust free, and opening and closing easily! “No more broken nails” he said!
  4. BKZW as a Crafting Resin: We know that Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax works on Dock lines to prevent slip and easy cast off, but    Sarah G. uses BKZW when she does her beading!  She rubs her fingertips in BKZW until she has a light coating on them, then she can pick up the tiny beads and place them where ever she wants with less slip. The Beads don’t fall out of her fingers!
  5. Broken Venetians Blind Cords:  Thomas has a Cottage that had a few Venetian Blinds cords were fraying! So he coated the fray with Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax then Coated Thread with BKZW and wrapped it around the fray. His Venetian blinds are good as new without having to have them re-strung or buy new ones!
  6. Whittling: Sharon is an Artist who works in multi media. She found that when she is “whittling” and carving small intricate pieces of wood, BKZW is the best 100% natural Non staining, chemical free, tool that she uses to condition the wood; making it easier to carve. Treat the wood end she is grabbing for a strong grip and making areas resistant to stain thereby offering relief and shadowing when she is painting dying or staining her creations!
  7. Making a Camping Torch and Survival Tool:  Paul from Vermont said that, ” I used Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax to make a Tiki Torch! I took a long broken tree branch, and at the top I wrapped thick twine that I had  thoroughly treated and coated with BKZW… I was a bit of work but, I have to say, in a pinch or if you are stuck in the woods without light… Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax is a great survival tool to have with you!
  8. Conditioning Old Wooden Tools: Francine has an Antique and Oddity Shop in North Carolina, here’s what she said about Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax. “I used your product on some old antique wooden hand tools, they needed to be cleaned, conditioned, shined and protected, I was pleasantly surprised at how versatile your product is, Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax did a great job, all without chemicals!
  9. Soft Ball Glove Resin and Conditioner: Rosie M was quite happy about what BKZW did for her Soft Ball Glove! She used it on all of the Cowhide strips to re-string her glove, and BKZW naturally conditioned the leather making it softer in all of the right places! The Pocket grabs the softball almost every time… Rosie Said ” It was user error when I missed the ball, but BKZW definitely made a difference!”
  10. Picnic Umbrellas:  While a  family picnic Marsha and Bill were helping their family set up multiple umbrellas, and canopies. There were quite a few that we sticking, not sliding and the buttons that were supposed to fit in the holes an secure the legs on the canopies were sticking. Bill went to the car, and pulled out his Deluxe BKZW from his glove box. He ran Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax up and down all of the Umbrella shafts, and hit the buttons on all of the canopy legs. While set up took a while because we had to lubricate the umbrellas and canopy legs… After the party when we were all so tired, and dreaded packing up… the umbrellas and canopies packed up perfectly! We like that BKZW is chemical free… if we had used one of those propellant lubes, we could have had that stuff all over the tables, food and us! Thanks BKZW!

So there you have it! Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax is more than just a “zipper lubricant” or gets “stuck zippers” unstuck … There are hundres of uses for Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax… why not tell us YOURS!

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