This is how I make "Fix'n Wax". Fix'n Wax ingredients (my own recipe): 1 cup pure organic beeswax, 1/2 cup unrefined shea butter, 1 teaspoon sweet almond oil, 1 teaspoon coconut oil, 10 drops peru balsam essential oil. You can add a bit more oils if you wish, as this recipe is somewhat flexible. The fix'n wax does not become too hard with the above recipe, but I do prefer mine to remain a little more solid. If you would like for it to be a little more like putty, just double the oil or add more shea butter. You can also add vitamin E oil, and use your imagination. Just remember not to use too much oil, as this will make the final product too soft. How I cook: I use an old steel pan I plan not to use for anything else. Place the stove burner on low heat, be patient and do not cook too fast! Maintain awareness at all times. Place the shea butter and beeswax into the pan first. Wait until the beeswax melts; the melted mixture should be a dark, golden color. Add your oils and gently swish or stir. Remove from heat and allow to sit for a couple minutes. If you start to see the mixture begin to wax over, start pouring immediately. Use your containers and be aware of the fact that this wax mixture will be HOT! _______________ _______________ Fix'n Wax Storage: After several years, I imagine this has the potential to dry out. Therefore, if you plan to store pre-made fix'n wax, be certain to seal it in an airtight container, or inside a tin with wax paper to prolong its use. Uses: You can use this fix'n wax for minor skin applications, on the metal of tools and blades, bow strings, on wood, leather, anything you wish to seal or protect. You could even treat canvas with this wax. Alternatively, this could also be used as a fire starter additive.