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SE is proud to present our 12-Piece Stainless Steel Wax Carvers Set. These tools are excellent for hollowing out the underside of wax rings and bracelets, preparing thick or heavy areas before casting, quick wax removal, and loading wax.
Numerous other uses for this versatile set include: amateur and professional taxidermy, cleaning archaeological artifacts, uncovering and cleaning fossils and shells, woodworking and furniture refinishing, wood and clay carving, soap and candle carving, computer and mechanical work, doll making, repairs, ceramics, mosaics, pottery work, and so much more!
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SE products are quality items for extremely reasonable prices. SE is committed to providing the customer with the best source for value possible on the market. You will enjoy the quality, function and usefulness of this 12-Piece Stainless Steel Wax Carvers Set has to offer.
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Using these as dabbers. They are awesome and I love having different ends to try out. My husband and myself each chose a nice one and it seriously beats using pumpkin carvers lol.Published 22 minutes ago by Brittney Beyschau
I purchased these not for wax carving, but because I have a Cricut and weeding vinyl can be a bit frustrating without the right tools. Read morePublished 23 minutes ago by Anna C.
I bought this set to shape the green stuff I use to fill gaps in my miniatures before painting them. I really just use 3 of the set. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Hermes Padilla
Outstanding value! This is my favorite wax carving set. It includes many different shapes. They arrive fairly sharp but are even better once you add a little more sharpness by... Read morePublished 10 days ago by MarianLibrarian
just don't use with monomer and polymer mixes it discolors and reacts with the metal. as well as don't heat with fire.Published 11 days ago by Leah Moison