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How to effectively use your nose to evaluate scent throw in finished candles. In pursuit of that obscenely strong, knock-your-socks off, put-yankee-to-shame scented candle, we are often faced with the chore of comparing scents from different sources, and the same scents in different waxes, or the same scents with the same waxes and
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When working with the GB 444 soy wax we recommend using the following guidelines for best results. Wicks: The recommended wicks are the CD or ECO series. See the Wick Guide for a starting point; Fragrance: Suggested usage is 6-10%. Be sure to not use more than 10% fragrance as it can cause safety issues; Color: If you are using a dye you can add the color to the wax when you add the fragrance at 185°F; Heat the wax to 185°F to add your fragrance
Candle Wax Candlewic carries one of the largest selections of candle wax. And you won't find better prices anywhere. Waxes include soy, beeswax, paraffin, spa, palm and our own custom blends. Molds Candlewic has a mold for every need, from the standard aluminum candle molds for pillars and votives to tea-light molds, designer shaped molds, and taper molds.
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We use GB 464 for our soy candles, which has a maximum fragrance load of 10% per pound of wax, although we have found it best not to overload the wax with the highest amount though. Adding too much oil can actually hurt your cold/hot throw, and cause issues with wicking (how your wick burns) and candle appearance.
In this video, I will show you my testing process to make container soy wax candles using the Golden Brand. Since there was an international shortage for the...