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 Post subject: Non-flammable wax
PostPosted: 23:05 on Tuesday November 8th 2011 
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Hello there. I am in the RAF, and now sport a handlebar moustache that looks much the worse for wear if I do not wax it. However, I am now back to flying aircraft with oxygen masks, and am a little concerned that my face might spontaneously combust if I combine the oxygen with my moustache wax.

Can anyone tell me (catagorically) what wax would be suitable to use in an oxygen-rich environment?

Thanks for your help,

Jenks


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 Post subject: Re: Non-flammable wax
PostPosted: 15:57 on Thursday November 10th 2011 
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Is the oxygen content from your mask actually higher than normal air? Even if it is, you won't get spontaneous combustion. You need a spark for that, or very high heat. Any wax you like should be good but a lot of waxes have petrolatum in them which can harm natural rubber or latex and damage a mask if it's made from that.

Have you tried Aleene's Clear Gel Tacky Glue? It's greaseless, holds stronger than wax and washes out easily. Check this article and video on my blog.

http://handlebarmoustachelife.com/moustache-grooming/video-style-your-handlebar-mustache-with-aleenes-glue/

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