Wax knife experiment.
Wax knife. Designed & made in England.
Not cutting sharp.
Small and thin but sturdy.
Slight point to help with flicking hard stuck on bits of wax.
None rusting anodised aluminium.
Polypropylene grip handle.
Good skin sentation.
None, you should buy one if you play with wax.
I don't dabble much in wax play due to it's mess, but Bob likes it and acquired some wax from a little kinky stall at a space in Manchester, England, for me to have a go on her. The thing with wax, it sticks to skin really well and it's a pain to get off skin efficiently.
The little item I acquired is the above wax play knife, which I like in particular due to it being hand made from scratch by an electric and wax enthusiast couple which use their brand PainfulPleasure.
The polypropylene shrink wrapped grip makes it soft to handle, it's vegan-friendly, none plant-based, a nice none slip grip and has a melting point of 171C meaning it won't be bothered by a bit of accidental candle flame contact for a few moments. It is also easy to keep clean with wax not sticking that well to it.
There is a hole on one end for convenience of attaching to a loop for belts/bag carrying and the material being aluminium is light, none rust, very conductive and heat resistant due to its transfer of heat the metal cools very quickly giving it a nice cool sensation.
One end has a flat edge with rounded corners which can be used as a wax scrapping aid. The pointy end is not sharp, but rather blunt since the knife itself is 3mm the pointy end has an edge of about 1mm. It gives a bevelled edge for helping remove wax from the skin without causing irritation as shown in the pictures as this article goes on.
As you can see from the above picture compared to the initial image, cleaning the wax from skin was very easy, fairly quick when required or take your time to do some sensation skin contact and tickling as you go along. No marks were left on the skin and all wax was effectively removed without any problem.
If you try to remove wax with your fingers it is really difficult. It also makes the wax stick further to the skin and often you can smear it in further making it even harder to remove. The help of the wax play knife made scraping off the wax and breaking it down much easier. Any areas that were difficult, the mild point was able to lift large chunks from the skin without any abrasion or irritation.
For less than £8 this little hand made tool is a great way to add, improve or explore wax and electrical play with minimal effort and cost. As you can see from the above picture compared to the initial image, cleaning the wax from skin was very easy, fairly quick when required or take your time to do some sensation skin contact and tickling as you go along. No marks were left on the skin and all wax was effectively removed without any problem.
You can find their etsy page with floggers and electrical stuff HERE and message them regarding a wax knife which I have requested they put on the etsy shop listing asap.