British Wax supplies a wide range of high quality modelling waxes from soft to hard, filled or unfilled and in a variety of colours.
Although firm at room temperature, modelling wax has a low melting point. By working the wax with hands, body temperature will soften the wax so it can be easily sculpted. The waxes are smooth and unsticky, enabling you to work easily and achieve the finish you want.
The majority of modelling waxes share common ingredients; wax, rosin and filler. The addition of filler (an inert powder such as talc) makes the modelling more workable. Yet, the filler doesn’t burn well. This means that filled wax is unsuitable for metal casting.
On the other hand, unfilled modelling wax is great as it can be used for metal casting.
Another advantage of modelling waxes is that different types of modelling waxes can be blended together to create the right texture and constituency for your needs.
Filled Modelling Wax, Soft 1704
A soft modelling wax, easy to manipulate and model as it is easily softened by the heat of your hands.…
Unfilled Modelling Wax, Medium
A firmer unfilled modelling wax.
This modelling wax is suitable for direct casting and can be hardened with green casting…
Unfilled Modelling Wax, Soft
A softer, unfilled modelling wax, easily softened by hand heat. Easy to model and sticks to itself readily.
White Beeswax – technical grade
This technical grade White Beeswax complains with the maximum value of 18% for the total hydrocarbon content stated in the…