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For those using Otter Wax Fabric Wax for production purposes, we offer the ability to purchase Otter Wax in increments of 10lbs. These 'naked' bars come unwrapped and unboxed. 10lbs of Production Wax equals roughly 32 of our large bars. Please note that these bars may have imperfections such as chipped corners and are not for individual sale.

Net WT. 10lbs | Made in Portland, Oregon


Rubbing the bar back and forth creates the perfect amount of heat to loosen wax and spread evenly into the top layer of fabric. Works best with natural fabrics, but can also be used on blends when natural fabrics are in the majority

• thoroughly clean and dry item before application • rub into fabric to create friction • smooth out with fingers to create uniform seal • allow item to cure in a warm, dry place for at least 24 hours • reapply as often as necessary • remove spot stains with Canvas Cleaner • deodorize with Odor Eliminator



 What's the difference between your Wax Bars and Fabric Dressing?

Our Wax Bars are excellent for one-sided waxing because it creates a seal on the top layer of the fabric. It’s ideal for hats, shoes, and gloves, where you wouldn’t want waxed fabric in direct contact with your skin. Our bars are also great for quickly re-proofing factory waxed and oiled garments. Our Fabric Dressing is melted down when applied, thus permeating deeper into the fabric and yielding a more factory-waxed appearance. This is ideal for multi-layered coats and jackets, or for re-proofing factory-oiled fabrics.

I've applied Otter Wax, how long do I have to wait before I can use my item?

We recommend allowing freshly waxed items to cure in a warm and dry place for 24-72 hours before use. Lower temperatures and higher humidity will often extend the amount of time it takes for a waxed item to cure and the light tack subside. Heavy application of our wax may also contribute to longer cure time, so we recommend starting off with a light coat of wax and adding more if desired.

On what types of fabric can I use Otter Wax?

Our Fabric Wax and Fabric Dressing will work on most any type of fabric. Because our wax is made from all-natural ingredients, it will generally bond best with natural fibers (cotton, hemp, etc., however it is also very effective on blended fabrics where the proportion of natural fiber to synthetic is in the majority.