nether it holds the substance on top of it. so the stuff under it dos not get water or the other Cornishes it may be used in.
Yes, wax paper is translucent because it only lets some light go through.
Plastic wrap I tried it myself
You could wax or oil it.
You can coat it with wax.
Wax paper does not absorb heat. Wax paper is coated with paraffin, which does not allow heat to be absorbed. This allows wax paper to be used when cooking.
Get some brown paper and place it on the wax. Heat up your iron and iron over the paper. The heat will melt the wax and the paper will absorb it.
Wax paper because it has wax in it and if something has wax in it, it attracks to heat and eventually forms it up and lets it out
Try using paper and a hot iron. The iron will melt the wax, and the paper should absorb it.
A good little trick is to use a brown paper grocery bag and a hand towel and a clothes iron (set to low heat.) Place the bag over the wax, place the towel over the bag and iron the towel, check the wax several times as you only want to heat the wax to a melting point where the brown paper will absorb the wax. NOTE:Assure the iron is set to low, prolonged high heat will loosen the linoleum or discolor it. Work fast and use the least heat possible.
If you're trying to remove wax from carpeting or clothing, cover it with a paper towel and run a hot iron over it. The iron will melt the wax and the paper towel will absorb it.
Put a soft absorbant cloth over the wax and iron on medium heat, the iron will melt the wax and the cloth will absorb it.
Dont fall for any gimmicks. All you need is an iron and some paper towels. Heat your iron up to full heat. Layer 2 or 3 paper towels and put them over the wax. Place the iron on the paper towels and allow the heat to melt the wax. The wax will be wicked up into the paper towel. Continue to do this with fresh towels until they come up with no wax.
Wax repels water/liquid, it doesn't absorb it, so the water forms droplets.
Put paper towels under the cloth and iron it on low heat. The wax will go into the paper towels.
Put a brown paper lunch bag or a similar material on top of the wax, then use a hot clothing iron on the paper. The heat melts the wax, and the paper absorbs it.