Just finished hot waxing the sheath I made for a little hump back skinner I built. Didn't turn out too bad although there are a few bugs to work out. I heated oil & wax till all was melted & about 230F, then as it cooled I dipped one old sheath at about 210F. I thought that I'd dip below the boiling point in case there was moisture in the leather. It distorted a bit though not bad. The sheath pictured I dipped at 168F & found that the edges didn't absorb well. I reheated to 185F & was happy with the result. I used .9 kg parafin, .6 kg bees wax & 450 ml neatsfoot oil. Wadaya think?