Otter Wax fabric wax is a blend of beeswax and other natural waxes and oils that can be used to waterproof organic cotton, linen, and hemp fabrics. Waterproofing with this natural wax blend provides a functional alternative to nylon for creating your own amazing waterproof outerwear.
To apply, simply rub the bar of Otter Wax onto the fabric:
Then use the special smoothing tool to work it into the fabric:
Once the fabric is thoroughly coated with the Otter Wax, use the smoothing tool to remove the excess:
Use the Otter Wax on Organic Cotton Duck for a heavy duty outer layer, or try applying it to Organic Cotton Twill for a medium weight layer. Try it on a lightweight fabric, such as Organic Cotton Sateen or Percale for an alternative to nylon for a lightweight outer layer.
What other waxes are used?
Ingredients list please.
How can a treated garment be washed?