This pure, 100% natural vegetable wax is a great and simple product for anyone who delves into the wonderful craft of Batik. Simply melt the wax, dip in your tjanting or brush and start applying! Once melted, the wax is very stable and can be kept in a molten state for an extended period of time.See a video of how to make a batik scarfBatik Instructions:
. Melt the wax and wait until it runs clear.
. On a stretched silk, paint a brightly coloured background, using as many shades as you like.
. When the silk has dried, dip your tjanting or brush into the wax and apply a pattern that would cover approx. 50% of your silk fabric.
. Once dry, apply a darker colour of paint over the entirety of the silk.
. Wait until dry, then place a sheet of paper above and below your silk and iron until wax is transferred onto the sheet.
. Any remaining excess wax can be washed out with normal detergent.This product can be used in a number of ways, including candle and soap making! It also mixes extremely well with frangrances and essential oils.Made of 100% pure natural soya beans, complimented with botanical oils. Made from renewable sustainable resources requiring plant growth - so it's very friendly to the environment. It is also biodegradable and free from pesticide and herbicide.