Line two and one-half inch flower-pots with paraffine paper.
The fibre should be soaked in hot paraffine and then hot-calendered or hot-pressed.
The fractional distillation of crude oils produces either paraffine or naphthene.
Corks are made both air-tight and water-tight by being plunged in melted paraffine and kept there for about five min utes.
British Dictionary definitions for paraffine
Also called paraffin oil, (esp US and Canadian) kerosene. a liquid mixture consisting mainly of alkane hydrocarbons with boiling points in the range 150°–300°C, used as an aircraft fuel, in domestic heaters, and as a solvent