Natural Soy 444 Wax: 5 pound bag by Golden Brands
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- Golden Brands Scentless Soy Wax
- Easy to Color and Add Fragrance
- Melting Point of 185 degrees
- Perfect for Making Candles in Jars or Tins
- Makes 10 (8 oz Candles), 7 (11 oz Candles), 4 (8 oz Candles)
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Unleash your inner-creative and indulge in the hobby of candle making with this all-natural soy wax from Golden Foods. The perfect blend of natural ingredients, you will love adding colors and scents to this decadent wax and providing the gift of sweet scents to family friends. Directions: Simply heat the soy wax to 185 degrees F and add coloring and preferred scent. Heavier fragrances should be added at 185 degrees while lighter fragrances, such as Citrus should be added at 160 degrees F. Do NOT allow wax to heat above 200 degrees F and wait to pour wax into desired containers until it has reached 100 degrees F.
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I did not want to put money into a bunch of supplies since I didn't know if I wanted to stick with this hobby as an additional hobby to my soap making. I didn’t know if I could get good at it. But after a lot of research and making many bad candles that didn’t burn right I figured out how to make some of the best candles with little money.
✅Firstly, clean your cups jars thoroughly. I used mason jars I had at home, even jelly jars as they work really nice. I even cut bottles from France bought at sprouts and use those.
✅Secondly, you can melt the wax flakes in a tin can, deep glass jar or as I prefer, a teapot. Just make sure you are not turning up the heat too high as you want it to melt at a slow pace.
✅Thirdly, Use a laser temperature gun to track the temperature while gently stirring flakes until they are melted. Make sure to remove the wax from heat when thermometer reads 180-185 degrees F as if you go too hot you will ruin it.
✅Fourth, add fragrance. I get better smell if I do it about 175F. I found the best deals on fragrance to be elsewhere (Eb...) and the wax is cheapest on amazon. I have ordered from the two places and the fragrances are practically the same so it pays to look around.
✅Fifth, if using glass in the winter, be sure to run it under a hair dryer, heat gun or put the glass in the oven. Warming the glass will help the wax bond with the glass leaving a perfect candle. I find in the summer it is not as needed, but helps.
✅Sixth, Pour it all in. While wax cools a little and you can just see it start to fog up then you should place the wick that you pre dipped in the wax at an earlier time in the center. I use a stick to bend over the top part to keep the wick in place. I find if you put the wick in too early it melts the wick wax and causes issues with the wick being straight.
✅Seventh, Let the candle cool and don’t move it. Don’t try and rush the cooling by putting it in your fridge! If you do you will get cracks and it won’t look as nice.
Side note, If cracks or any other imperfections do show use a hair dryer or a heat gun to melt the top layer and you will have a beautiful candle.
✅Eighth, In 24 hours your candle can be burned. Enjoy! If you are going to save your candle make sure you seal the top to trap in the fragrance.
I hope you found this post a helpful and it saves you the hours and hours I spent searching.