A small pancake griddle will be needed to melt your wax down. These can be puchased on Amazon or at most kitchen supply store. I prefer Presto's "Liddle Griddle" since I only am using one can of wax. Set the temperature to about 200 Fahrenheit. It will take about 40 minutes to become molten with the lid on loosely.
Safety First! A "spring clamp" or heat glove will be necessary for handling the hot can of wax to and from your griddle. I call these my "extended fingers". You can get these at most hardware stores.
The "Hangar 9" sealing iron is what I typically use to iron fabric textures onto the plate for embossing and create texture. They are avialable on Amazon or at most craft supply stores.