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Thousand Oaks Barrel Co. - ITEM # BARRELWAX

Barrel Wax - Prevents Leaks - 0.25 oz

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Put a stop to leaks in your oak barrel right away with Barrel Wax that is simple to use and inexpensive to keep on hand.


    Overview

    Without nails or glue holding your authentic oak barrel together, leaks are more than likely to happen. That's why you need Barrel Wax.

    Sold in a convenient ΒΌ-ounce tin, Barrel Wax is the inexpensive and easy-to-use solution when your barrel unexpectedly starts to drip.

    When you do spot a leak, simply cover the seam or hole with a fingertip full of Barrel Wax, pushing it firmly until the leaking subsides.

    If you want to dependably use your authentic barrel for leak-free dispensing, you need Barrel Wax. Get yours now.

    Features
    • Barrels sometimes leak from the head or stave seams or even through the wood
    • This can happen with any barrel and is a normal part of the barrel aging process
    • To stop leaks, apply a small amount of this barrel wax to the leaking area
    • Directions: With your finger, apply a small amount of wax on the barrel where the hole or leak is occurring, then push the wax into the hole until the leak stops
    Specifications
    Specs
    • Jar Size: 0.25 oz
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    Barrel wax
    Works great
    February 28, 2017
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    5 / 5
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    4 / 5
    Works as advertised.
    I had a small leak in my first barrel. I had to use more than expected and would have preferred a 0.5 oz size but there was no mess and application was easy.
    December 29, 2015
    Saved the beer and floor
    I have a full sized whisky barrel full of beer in my basement. It started to leak after swelling the barrel along the bottom edge of one head. Also some small leaks along a few stave seams. A small screw dive and two Barrel wax containers later it all seams to be stopped. Can I buy this buy the quart? Very easy to use and works very fast.
    July 21, 2017
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    Barrel wax
    Works great
    February 28, 2017
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    small mount
    the product work great, but the amount you get for what you pay is very small considering its waxs
    August 28, 2017
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    Questions & Answers
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    Why did you choose this?
    Behind The Bar Store
    I needed product and shipping was reasonable.
    Chuck M on Feb 5, 2018 at Kegworks
    Have a 5 liter barrel that we put water in for swelling but it has been 4 days & it is still leaking on the end.
    Kathryn K on Dec 29, 2017 at Kegworks
    I needed product and shipping was reasonable.
    Chuck M on Feb 5, 2018 at Kegworks
    Barrel is leaking
    Richard D on Jan 4, 2018 at Kegworks
    Have a 5 liter barrel that we put water in for swelling but it has been 4 days & it is still leaking on the end.
    Kathryn K on Dec 29, 2017 at Kegworks
    Replacing Oak Barrel Spigot. This order to make sure no leaks
    Johnny A on Oct 16, 2017 at Kegworks
    I have a wooden barrel that is leaking.
    Holli H on Sep 25, 2017 at Kegworks
    IT was recommend for my small keg to fix a leak
    Peter S on Aug 14, 2017 at Kegworks
    Required to prevent leaks
    Nigel E on Mar 9, 2017 at Kegworks
    Need barrel wax
    David L on Feb 25, 2017 at Kegworks
    I am trying to stop a barrel from leaking.
    Harry B on Feb 13, 2017 at Kegworks
    Best pricing on Barrel Wax and Kegworks is a stand up company!!!
    Matt S on Dec 29, 2016 at Kegworks
    To seal a wooden keg.
    Karen T on Nov 3, 2016 at Kegworks
    have a barrel that wont stop leaking.
    Dale K on Sep 15, 2016
    not too many places to get barrel wax
    Will R on Mar 17, 2016
    Making my own barrels and have leaks thru natural grains in the wood. Hoping this will take care of it. Have used bees wax! Not all leaks stopped.
    Paul S on Feb 24, 2016
    Because my barrel has a leak.
    Alexander A on Feb 19, 2016
    I chose this site because it was 1/3 the price of competing brands.
    Donald B on Feb 4, 2016
    Leaky Barrel! I hope it works!
    Charles H on Feb 2, 2016
    Bought a Deep South barrel that leaks like a tent attacked by buck shot.
    John S on Jan 25, 2016
    Got an aging barrel as a x-mass gift and needed to stop a leak that hot water was not taking care of. Looked around online and found this product to be just what i needed since i dont have a big barrel.
    Shawn S on Jan 1, 2016
    I have a leaking 5lt barrel.
    Robert B on Nov 10, 2015
    Got a personalized barrel that was leaking and wouldn't seal with hot water.
    Charles S on Nov 9, 2015
    I want to make sure the 2L barrel will not leak for the whiskey ceremony on our wedding.
    Nicholas H on Sep 25, 2015
    Barrel is leaking
    Richard D on Jan 4, 2018 at Kegworks
    Replacing Oak Barrel Spigot. This order to make sure no leaks
    Johnny A on Oct 16, 2017 at Kegworks
    will barrel wax work to seal the spigot on the barrel ?
    A shopper on May 14, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: It depends on the condition, or health, of your barrel.

    If your barrel is dry or has a good leak (like more than 4 ounces of loss a day) around the spigot, wax may not suffice, you'll need a more robust solution like epoxy putty* topped with wax. If the leak is a mere trinkle (less than 4 ounces of loss a day), wax may suffice.

    My friend has a similar experience with a rum barrel that had an extra bung on the side, he could never completely seal it but with putty he got it down to less than an ounce of loss a day.

    Finally consider waxing and testing the tightness *before* you fill the barrel, it's actually pretty hard to apply any kind of sealant onto a running leak. Make sure you've restored the barrel to water tight condition as well, you may even not need any kind of sealant if the barrel is in great shape.

    * note that even epoxy putty is not a bullet proof solution. I had a major leak of my barrel, like half a cup to a cup a day. After I put layers and layers and layers of epoxy, I got down to a few ounces a day. No matter what, the beer always found a way out. After 4 months of barreling I decided to take the beer out - best decision ever.
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