A vegan dilemma.
Okay, so I’ve been looking into buying some wax dressing to waterproof some garments and to reproof some bags of mine. I’ve found a few options, but here’s the deal:
Otterwax makes all natural wax waterproofing products, and apparently they work really well. They don’t use any harsh chemicals or anything like that, but one of the main ingredients in their products is beeswax. They say this in their FAQ under the question ‘Are your products vegan?’
“We have made it one of our company missions to be as transparent as possible with our ingredients. With the exception of sustainably harvested beeswax (in some fabric care products) and lanolin (in some leather care products), all Otter Wax products are made from all-natural and sustainable plant derived ingredients.”
I would really love to buy their products because their performance and sustainability, BUT they aren’t technically vegan. The other option would be to buy other brands of wax that contain harsh chemicals and that are not made sustainably or responsibly. Right now, Otterwax seems to be the better option for me, even though it isn’t vegan, especially because one of the main reasons for me being vegan is the environmental effects (or lack thereof).
What do you think?
you ever wanna fuck the living shit outta somebody but also cook for them and make sure they’re emotionally stable?