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Price: $5.99

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    We have 1 ounce bars of 100% pure beeswax. Warm it up with a hairdryer and its ready to be applied. See below for instructions. Includes two bars of beeswax.

    How to make a beeswax mouthpiece: below is a picture of how to make a mouthpiece with a diagram of a didgeridoo cut in half. It shows what the curve of the beeswax should look like when you put it on the didgeridoo. Make sure you get 100% beeswax with no colors or perfumes mixed in it. You can find it at a craft store in the candle making section or order it from us above. Heat it up with a hairdryer till it gets soft and roll out a 1/2" x 8" snake/coil like shape (as shown below). This is for a didgeridoo with a 2" diameter. Make the snake/coil thicker if the didgeridoo is a bigger diameter. Take the snake/coil to the didgeridoo and make it into a circle on top of the didgeridoo (you may have to trim some wax) and apply it by pushing it onto the didgeridoo. The mouth opening should be 1 1/4". Shape the beeswax with your fingers to make it look like the cut out diagram below:


    Overall Customer Rating of 2 Reviews:

    Good product for the price

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    Good product for the price. Instead of using a hairdryer, I placed mine into a plastic bag and then into a glass of very warm water. I left it there for about 1/2 hour.

    GREAT beeswax!

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    Worked perfectly for me, and my students' bamboo and eucalyptus didges!