If you're a beekeeper that harvests your own honey and beeswax or consider yourself an artsy/DIY type that loves makes products out of beeswax, this is a great (free) course for you to take.
The rest of this post explains why.
When you have un-rendered beeswax, it has a lot of junk and debris mixed in.
This means that it's not yet in a form that you can use to make lip balm, beeswax candles, boot blather, and a whole host of other beeswax products.
Rendering beeswax is the process of cleaning the junk out and turning into a usable form.
Luckily, learning to render your own beeswax is not a complicated process. On the contrary, it's really quite simple.
You might be thinking, "well, hang on. If it's so simple to render your own beeswax, why aren't more people doing it? For that matter, why haven't I heard of wax rendering before?"
The answer to this is that most people have not had an easy, step-by-step walkthrough of how to do it.
Until now that is!
Yes, you read that correctly. Anyone can do it (including you!).
You can render your own beeswax in just 3 simple steps.
That's what the new course is designed to teach you. Head over here to check it out!
Now, you can enjoy the same benefits as the big commercial guys without bearing the costs or time investments they do.
What do you think of the new course? Was is helpful? Unhelpful? When will you start to render your own beeswax? What other courses would you like us to create for you? What other questions do you have?
Leave a comment below and let us know your thoughts!
Bryce is the CEO/CMO of Bear Country Bees and is in charge of marketing, strategy, and innovation. When he isn't obsessing over creating the best possible experience for backyard beekeepers, he loves reading Star Wars, visiting new places, and spending time with his family. He also sells weather and astronomy equipment and loves spending his spare time observing clouds, lightning, and storms.
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