Lumpy tops and bubbles in your soy wax candles may not be aesthetically pleasing to everyone, but this is a common occurrence when working with soy wax. To reduce the possibilities of this happening, you can blend waxes or use additives.
For this post, we’ll be talking about our Candle Additive for Soy Wax Candles. Originating from USA, this product is ethically produced, sustainable, renewable and has never been tested on animals.
It’s formulated especially to…
- help reduce mottling (lumpy tops) and bubbles forming as the candle cools
- add firmness to the candle
- impart a smoother pouring
- stabilize the wax
- extend the burning time
- improve scent throw and fragrance retention
- reduces the overall cost of the candle
It’s not mean to be used by itself to make a candle, and it works well with our Natural Soy Wax.
Here’s some facts on our Candle Additive for Soy Wax Candles:
- Country of Origin: USA
- Form: Flakes
- Melting point: 50 – 55 °C
- Flash point: >600°C
- Usage: Not more than 10% of total weight of candle
- Pour before 42°C; Cooling Point is 40°C; specific gravity: ~0.9g/ml @ 20
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