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Pure vegetable stearin - mixed with pure paraffin (max. 15%) and used for molded candles. Melting Temperature: 70 °C.<br />Should not be dyed and can not be used for dipping candles . Pure vegetable stearin - mixed with pure paraffin (max. 15%) and used for molded candles. Melting Te...detail
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100% natural palm wax. Could be use for produce glass<br />container handle where it displays a unique lava pattern. It can also be made into votive<br />and pilllar candles with the same pattern under different processing condition. 100% natural palm wax. Could be use for produce glass
container handle where it displays a uniq...detail
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EcoSoya CB-135 Instructions  EcoSoya CB-135 soy wax is perfect for making all-natural, colorless candles. Dermatology tested CB-135 is also great for making massage candles that contain essential oils. Containers/Jars  Containers and jars should be clean and at ambient temperature.  No pre-heating is necessary. Dyes  Most dyes (powder, liquid, chips, blocks, etc.) work with CB-135.  To achieve better color depth, use about 30% more dye.  When using powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C), add the dye, and mix until dissolved.  Powder dyes may also be dissolved in fragrances and then added to the melted wax (be sure the dye has dissolved completely before adding).   *When using powder dyes dissolved in fragrance, liquid dyes, color blocks, chips or no dye, heat the wax to155°F (68.3°C). Fragrances / Essential Oils  Many fragrances and essential oils work in CB-135, especially those designed for soy wax in general.  Recommended maximum scent load is about 12%.  To minimize scent loss, add scent prior to pouring but at a wax temperature no less than 135°F (57.2°C).  Accommodate for temperature drop due to the addition of the cooler scent when targeting the pour temperature.  Optimum hot scent throw is achieved with a full diameter burn pool at a depth of ¼ to ½ inch (0.6 to 1.3 cm).  Some scents may react poorly causing bleed, objectionable frosting, or poor flame quality. Try a different scent or manufacturer to correct that occurrence. Wicking  CB-135 requires larger wicking than paraffin.  Wicks such as paper cored, cotton cored or metal cored should be avoided as they tend to cause sooting and carbon build-up.  A general rule of thumb:  have a full burn pool of ¼ to ½ inch (0.6 to 1.3 cm) deep, from side to side, in approximately the same number of hours for every inch (2.5 cm) of the container diameter.  Example: An Apothecary jar with a diameter of 4 inches (10.2 cm) should achieve a burn pool depth of ¼ to ½ inch (0.6 to 1.3 cm), side to side, within about 4 hours.MeltingWhen using all dye, except for powdered or un-dyed CB-135, melt the wax to a minimum of 155°F (68.3°C) under gentle agitation to promote even heating and thorough mixing. For powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C) to ensure the dye dissolves. Temporary high temperatures such as 190°F (87.8°C) have no adverse effect if cooled quickly. Higher temperatures, in excess of 190°F (87.8°C), may cause the wax to discolor.  Allow the wax to cool to the desired pour temperature.PouringIt is typical for wax to solidify at the beginning of the pour during its first contact with the container. CB-135 should have a pour temperature high enough so that when the container is full, the initial solidified wax has re-melted. The temperature should not be so high that the liquid wax sits more than 30 minutes before starting to solidify.Pour temperatures will vary according to container type and size, fragrance and dye, and the effects you want to achieve. CB-135 can be poured as low as 100° F (37.8° C) if the wax is kept in motion (constant mixing) until poured. Lower pour temperatures may help to reduce frosting while producing a smooth top and good adhesion.There is a difference in cooling rates for different container configurations.  Cooling too quickly or too slowly can cause concaving and/or frosting.  Large jars such as the apothecary configurations and large candles above 8 oz (237 ml) in size cool slower and require lower pour temperatures, about 135°F (57.2°C).  Smaller candles (less than 8 oz (237 ml)) and metal/tin containers cool fast, requiring a higher pour temperature of about 140°F (603°C).  If difficulties are experienced with your pour temperatures, try a lower or higher temperature in increments of 10°F (6°C).When candles are poured at a lower temperature (about 110°F (43.3°C)), add the scent at a higher temperature (about 140°F (60°C)) and allow the wax to cool to the desired pour temperature.Pour temperatures should be checked and confirmed according to seasonal changes.Candle CoolingCool undisturbed candles at an ambient temperature of 70° F (21.1°C).  The containers should be about 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) apart to allow air circulation for even cooling.  The container should remain open during cooling for at least 24 hrs (large candles may require longer times).  Slower cooling will encourage container adhesion while quicker cooling will encourage container pull away.  CB-135 is designed to adhere to the glass and should be encouraged to do so.  Candles should be allowed to sit undisturbed for 48 hours before test burning. EcoSoya CB-135 Instructions EcoSoya CB-135 soy wax is perfect for making all-natural, colorless can...detail
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EcoSoya has pioneered a source of renewable wax products to meet customer desires. The waxes burn even cleaner for a healthier home environment.<p>NGI only manufactures plant-based wax. </p><p>Easy to use, faster manufacturing:</p><p>    EcoSoya waxes are extremely stable, non-polymorphic (stable, not varying), have a wide pour temperature range and offer exceptional consistency and performance.<br />    Consistency is the key both during and after production and even more importantly, in the consumers hands. Traditionally temperature variations, shipping and rough handling could ruin an otherwise great soy candle due to polymorphism (variation). Our new Quantum waxes are stable enough to withstand varied environments and create a consistently repeatable end user experience.<br />    Quantum waxes support the use of a wide range of wicks for a faster fragrance throw without the typical sooting issues of the past. This ability meets consumer desires while offering the opportunity for increased sales.</p><p>EcoSoya Q210</p><p>    This has been developed for container candles, tarts, and melts.<br />    Also great for massage candles, as it is pure and has been dermatologically tested.<br />    Form: pastilles about 3-4mm<br />    Melt point: 46.1C<br />    Suggested pour temperature: 62.8 - 79.4C<br />    Melt to for mixing: 85-90C<br />    Fragrance load: 18% maximum<br />    Characteristics: clean burning, stable and easy to use; single pour with smooth surface even after burning.</p> EcoSoya has pioneered a source of renewable wax products to meet customer desires. The waxes burn ev...detail
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EcoSoya PB Instructions  EcoSoya Piller Blend (PB) is self-releasing so it is perfect for all molded candles: pillars, votives, tarts, novelty candles, etc. Molds  Molds should be clean and room temperature. Conditioning is recommended with new molds or molds previously used with paraffin.  This simply involves thoroughly wiping the inside walls with warm soybean/vegetable oil. Dyes  Most dyes (powder, liquid, chips, blocks, etc.) work with PB.  To achieve better color depth, use about 30% more dye.  When using powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C), add the dye, and mix until dissolved.  Powder dyes may also be dissolved in fragrances and then added to the melted wax (be sure the dye has dissolved completely before adding).  *When using powder dyes dissolved in fragrance, liquid dyes, color blocks, chips or no dye, heat the was to 155°F (68.3°C). Fragrance  Many fragrances work in PB, especially those designed for soy wax in general.  Recommended maximum scent load is about 12%.  To minimize scent loss, add scent prior to pouring but at a wax temperature no less then 145°F (61.1°C).  Accomodate for temperature drop due to the addition of the cooler scent when targeting pour temperature.  Some scents may react poorly causing bleed, objectionable frosting, or poor flame quality.  Try a different scent or manufacturer to correct that occurrence. Wicking  PB requires larger wicking than paraffin.  Wicks such as paper cored, cotton cored or metal cored should be avoided as they tend to cause sooting and carbon build-up.  PB tends to burn more down than out creating a Hurricane Candle effect in pillar candles.  Scent, color and candle configuraton have a great impact on the best wick choice.  Too large of a wick may cause sooting, quick burn times and guttering (wax leaking through the side of the candle).MeltingWhen using dye, except for powdered or un-dyed PB, melt the wax to a minimum of 155°F (68.3°C) under gentle agitation to promote even heating and thorough mixing.  For powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C) to ensure the dye dissolves.  Temporary high temperatures such as 190°F (87.8°C) have no adverse effect if cooled quickly.  Higher temperatures, in excess of 190°F (87.8°C) may cause wax to discolor.  Allow the wax to cool to the desired pour temperature.PouringIt is typical for wax to solidify at the beginning of the pour during its first contact with the mold.  PB should have a pour temperature high enough so that when the mold is full, the initial solidified wax has remelted.  The temperature should not be so high that the liquid wax sits more than 30 minutes before starting to solidify.Pour temperatures will vary according to mold type and size, fragrance and dye, and the effects preferred.  PB does not normally produce static electricity or bubbles when poured, tapping of the molds is not necessary. A recommended starting temperature is 155°F (68.3°C).There is a difference in cooling rates for different mold configurations.  Cooling too quickly or too slowly can cause cracking and/or frosting.  If difficulties are experienced with your pour temperatures, try a lower or higher temperature in increments of 10°F (6°C).PB Double-Pour: When using EcoSoya PB two pours are required with candles such as 3 & 4 inch (7.6 cm & 10.2 cm) diameter pillars.  The first pour is done at 155°F (68.3°C) by filling the mold to the top and allowing the candle to set up with a warm but congealed soft center.  If the top of the mold (bottom of the candle) has “skinned” over and left a void inside, poke two holes into the candle near the wick.The second pour is done at 140°F (60.0°C) while the candle center is still warm but congealed.Do not pour past the solidified wax of the first pour; in essence “fill” the first pour.Making Votives with PB: The first pour is done at 155°F (68.3°C) by filling the mold within 1/8 inch (0.3 cm) from the top.  Allow the votive to cool until it is still warm with a congealed center that has no liquid.  If the top of the candle has “skinned” over, poke two holes near the wick.  Pour a second time at 140°F (60.0°C) to completely fill the votive mold.Pour temperatures should be checked and confirmed according to seasonal changes.Candle Cooling and Mold ReleaseCool undisturbed candles at an ambient temperature of 70°F (21.1°C).  The molds should be at least 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) apart to allow air circulation for even cooling.EcoSoya PB is self-releasing.  Slower cooling will encourage the candle to adhere to the mold causing it not to release, while quicker cooling will encourage pull away and release.  PB is designed to shrink back from the mold for easier release and should be encouraged to do so.  Silicone mold release spray may be used in the unusual event of poor release.Candles should be allowed to sit undisturbed for 48 hours before test burning. EcoSoya PB Instructions EcoSoya Piller Blend (PB) is self-releasing so it is perfect for all molded...detail
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EcoSoya Q230 Instructions EcoSoya Q230 is self-releasing so it is perfect for all molded candles: pillars, votives, tarts, novelty candles, etc. Molds Molds should be clean and room temperature. Conditioning is recommended with new molds or molds previously used with paraffin. This simply involves thoroughly wiping the inside walls with warm soybean/vegetable oil. Dyes Most dyes (powder, liquid, chips, blocks, etc.) work with Q230. To achieve better color depth, use about 30% more dye. When using powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C), add the dye, and mix until dissolved. Powder dyes may also be dissolved in fragrances and then added to the melted wax (be sure the dye has dissolved completely before adding). *When using powder dyes dissolved in fragrance, liquid dyes, color blocks, chips or no dye, heat the was to 155°F (68.3°C). Fragrance Many fragrances work in PB, especially those designed for soy wax in general. Recommended maximum scent load is about 12%. To minimize scent loss, add scent prior to pouring but at a wax temperature no less then 145°F (61.1°C). Accomodate for temperature drop due to the addition of the cooler scent when targeting pour temperature. Some scents may react poorly causing bleed, objectionable frosting, or poor flame quality. Try a different scent or manufacturer to correct that occurrence. Wicking PB requires larger wicking than paraffin. Wicks such as paper cored, cotton cored or metal cored should be avoided as they tend to cause sooting and carbon build-up. PB tends to burn more down than out creating a Hurricane Candle effect in pillar candles. Scent, color and candle configuraton have a great impact on the best wick choice. Too large of a wick may cause sooting, quick burn times and guttering (wax leaking through the side of the candle).MeltingWhen using dye, except for powdered or un-dyed PB, melt the wax to a minimum of 155°F (68.3°C) under gentle agitation to promote even heating and thorough mixing. For powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C) to ensure the dye dissolves. Temporary high temperatures such as 190°F (87.8°C) have no adverse effect if cooled quickly. Higher temperatures, in excess of 190°F (87.8°C) may cause wax to discolor. Allow the wax to cool to the desired pour temperature.PouringIt is typical for wax to solidify at the beginning of the pour during its first contact with the mold. PB should have a pour temperature high enough so that when the mold is full, the initial solidified wax has remelted. The temperature should not be so high that the liquid wax sits more than 30 minutes before starting to solidify.Pour temperatures will vary according to mold type and size, fragrance and dye, and the effects preferred. PB does not normally produce static electricity or bubbles when poured, tapping of the molds is not necessary. A recommended starting temperature is 155°F (68.3°C).There is a difference in cooling rates for different mold configurations. Cooling too quickly or too slowly can cause cracking and/or frosting. If difficulties are experienced with your pour temperatures, try a lower or higher temperature in increments of 10°F (6°C).PB Double-Pour: When using EcoSoya PB two pours are required with candles such as 3 & 4 inch (7.6 cm & 10.2 cm) diameter pillars. The first pour is done at 155°F (68.3°C) by filling the mold to the top and allowing the candle to set up with a warm but congealed soft center. If the top of the mold (bottom of the candle) has "skinned" over and left a void inside, poke two holes into the candle near the wick.The second pour is done at 140°F (60.0°C) while the candle center is still warm but congealed.Do not pour past the solidified wax of the first pour; in essence "fill" the first pour.Making Votives with PB: The first pour is done at 155°F (68.3°C) by filling the mold within 1/8 inch (0.3 cm) from the top. Allow the votive to cool until it is still warm with a congealed center that has no liquid. If the top of the candle has "skinned" over, poke two holes near the wick. Pour a second time at 140°F (60.0°C) to completely fill the votive mold.Pour temperatures should be checked and confirmed according to seasonal changes.Candle Cooling and Mold ReleaseCool undisturbed candles at an ambient temperature of 70°F (21.1°C). The molds should be at least 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) apart to allow air circulation for even cooling.EcoSoya PB is self-releasing. Slower cooling will encourage the candle to adhere to the mold causing it not to release, while quicker cooling will encourage pull away and release. PB is designed to shrink back from the mold for easier release and should be encouraged to do so. Silicone mold release spray may be used in the unusual event of poor release.Candles should be allowed to sit undisturbed for 48 hours before test burning. EcoSoya Q230 Instructions EcoSoya Q230 is self-releasing so it is perfect for all molded candles: pi...detail
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EcoSoya CB-XceL Instructions<p>EcoSoya CB-XceL uses a new technology that allows for top surface re-melting. With smooth, even burn pool with consistent color retention, CB-XceL is highly frost resistant and works great with dyes.<br />Containers/Jars</p><p>Containers and jars should be clean and at ambient temperature.No pre-heating is necessary.<br />Dyes</p><p>Most dyes (powder, liquid, chips, blocks, etc.) work with CB-XceL. To achieve better color depth, use about 30% more dye. When using powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C), add the dye, and mix until dissolved. Powder dyes may also be dissolved in fragrances and then added to the melted wax (be sure the dye has dissolved completely before adding). *When using powder dyes dissolved in fragrance, liquid dyes, color blocks, chips or no dye, heat the wax to 155°F (68.3°C).<br />Fragrances</p><p>Due to its advanced technology, it is very important to work with the fragrance manufacturer to use fragrances specifically designed for and tested in CB-XceL.  Please do not assume that a fragrance working in any other wax (soy or paraffin) will automatically work in CB-XceL. Recommended maximum scent load is about 12%. To minimize scent loss, add scent prior to pouring but at a wax temperature no less than 135°F (57.2°C). Accommodate for temperature drop due to the addition of the cooler scent when targeting the pour temperature. Optimum hot scent throw is achieved with a full diameter burn pool at a depth of ¼ to ½ inch (0.6 to 1.3 cm). Some scents may react poorly causing bleed, objectionable frosting, or poor flame quality. Try a different scent or manufacturer to correct that occurrence.<br />Wicking</p><p>CB-XceL requires larger wicking than paraffin. Wicks such as paper cored, cotton cored or metal cored should be avoided as they tend to cause sooting and carbon build-up.  A general rule of thumb:  have a full burn pool of ¼ to ½ inch (0.6 to 1.3 cm) deep, from side to side, in approximately the same number of hours for every inch (2.5 cm) of the container diameter.</p><p>Example: An Apothecary jar with a diameter of 4 inches (10.2 cm) should achieve a burn pool depth of ¼ to ½ inch (0.6 to 1.3 cm), side to side, within about 4 hours.</p><p>The following table, listed in no particular order, suggests a starting point for the type and size of wicks to begin testing with; note that adjustments may be needed.  Keep wicks trimmed to ¼ inch (0.6 cm).  If you experience poor flame quality or stability, try a different type of wick.  Test burning should be done after the candle has had a chance to set up and cure for 48 hours after pouring.</p><p>Melting</p><p>Melt CB-XceL to a minimum of 155°F (68.3°C)** under gentle agitation to promote even heating and thorough mixing. Allow the wax to cool to the desired pour temperature. **When using powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C) to ensure dye is completely dissolved.<br />Pouring</p><p>Pour temperatures will vary according to container type and size, fragrance(s), essentials oils, dye(s), and the candle effects you desire.</p><p>Different container configurations result in various cooling rates. Cooling too quickly or too slowly can cause concaving and/or frosting.  A recommended starting temperature is 140°F (60° C).  Adjustments up or down may be necessary. CB-XceL can be poured as low as 107°F (41.7°C) if the wax is continually mixed until poured. If choosing to pour at 135°F (57.2°C) or lower, first add the scent at a higher temperature (about 140°F (60°C)), then allow wax to cool to desired pour temperature. Pour temperatures should be checked and confirmed according to seasonal changes.</p><p>As the candle is being poured, it is typical for wax to solidify at first contact with the container.  CB-XceL should have a pour temperature high enough so that when the container is full, the initial solidified wax has re-melted.  Please note-the temperature should not be so high that the liquid wax sits more than 30 minutes before starting to solidify.</p><p>CB-XceL Multi-Layer Pour: When using CB-XceL two pours may be desired for multiple layers. Perform the first pour and allow the candle to set up with a warm but congealed soft center.  If the top of the candle has "skinned" over and left a void inside, poke two holes into the candle near the wick.</p><p>The second pour is done at a temperature 10°-15°F (6°-8°C) lower than the original pour temperature while the candle center is still warm but congealed.<br />Candle Cooling</p><p>Cool undisturbed candles at an ambient temperature of 70° F (21.1°C).  The containers should be about 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) apart to allow air circulation for even cooling.  The container should remain open during cooling for at least 24 hrs (large candles may require longer times).  Slower cooling will encourage container adhesion while quicker cooling will encourage container pull away.  CB-XceL is designed to adhere to the glass and should be encouraged to do so.  Candles should be allowed to sit undisturbed for 48 hours before test burning.<br />Test Burning</p><p>Test burn the candle for burn pool diameter and quality after it has setup (cured or dried) for a minimum of 48 hours.  Every combination of container, wax, dye, fragrances, and wick should be tested for burn quality.<br />Storage<br />Packaged:</p><p>CB-XceL flakes should be stored in a cool dry location away from direct heat, sunlight and moisture.  Temporary extremes in temperatures, cold or hot, have no adverse effect.  CB-XCEL may be used frozen, and, if partially melted, allow them to cool and re-solidify before use.<br />Liquid Bulk:</p><p>Liquid CB-XceL should be stored just above its melt point, without agitation and if possible under a nitrogen blanket.  Tanks and valves should be composed of black iron or stainless steel.  Contact with copper or brass will cause discoloration and off-odor.<br />General Trouble Shooting</p><p>Test for one variable at a time when trouble shooting to isolate the cause. Variables include (but are not limited to): the container, wax, dye, fragrance, wick, pour temperature, and environmental conditions such, as cooling temperature, along with manufacturing conditions.</p><p>    First make a candle in the container with only the wick (no dye or fragrance).  If it looks good then the wax is performing normally.<br />    Then, one at a time, change a variable. Try adding the dye without fragrance to the container, wax and wick.  If it looks good and burns well, the dye is compatible with the wax.<br />    Try adding the fragrance without dye to the container, wax and wick.  If it looks good and burns well, the fragrance is compatible with the wax.<br />    Try the dye and fragrance together with the container, wax and wick.  If it looks good and burns well the dye/fragrance combination is compatible with the wax.<br />    If you are experiencing burn problems, try a different type or size of wick.<br />    Other variables to try are different pouring and cooling temperatures and even different containers.<br />    Ensure all equipment and materials are contaminant free.</p><p>Test for one variable at a time when trouble shooting to isolate the cause.</p> EcoSoya CB-XceL Instructions

EcoSoya CB-XceL uses a new technology that allows for top surface re-...detail

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Each pot of Candle Gel includes a wick. Simply melt Candle Gel at 25° C (place container in a saucepan of water) insert wick in suitable container(possibly a wine bottle you have cut down with your Bottle Cutter) and pour the molten Gel. Experiment by using various colours together,pour one colour onto another, mix colours together or stir vigorously to impart bubble effect. Each pot of Candle Gel includes a wick. Simply melt Candle Gel at 25° C (place container in a sa...detail
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Each pot of Candle Gel includes a wick. Simply melt Candle Gel at 25° C (place container in a saucepan of water) insert wick in suitable container(possibly a wine bottle you have cut down with your Bottle Cutter) and pour the molten Gel. Experiment by using various colours together,pour one colour onto another, mix colours together or stir vigorously to impart bubble effect. Each pot of Candle Gel includes a wick. Simply melt Candle Gel at 25° C (place container in a sa...detail
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EcoSoya CB-135 Instructions EcoSoya CB-135 soy wax is perfect for making all-natural, colorless candles. Dermatology tested CB-135 is also great for making massage candles that contain essential oils. Containers/Jars Containers and jars should be clean and at ambient temperature. No pre-heating is necessary. Dyes Most dyes (powder, liquid, chips, blocks, etc.) work with CB-135. To achieve better color depth, use about 30% more dye. When using powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C), add the dye, and mix until dissolved. Powder dyes may also be dissolved in fragrances and then added to the melted wax (be sure the dye has dissolved completely before adding). *When using powder dyes dissolved in fragrance, liquid dyes, color blocks, chips or no dye, heat the wax to155°F (68.3°C). Fragrances / Essential Oils Many fragrances and essential oils work in CB-135, especially those designed for soy wax in general. Recommended maximum scent load is about 12%. To minimize scent loss, add scent prior to pouring but at a wax temperature no less than 135°F (57.2°C). Accommodate for temperature drop due to the addition of the cooler scent when targeting the pour temperature. Optimum hot scent throw is achieved with a full diameter burn pool at a depth of ¼ to ½ inch (0.6 to 1.3 cm). Some scents may react poorly causing bleed, objectionable frosting, or poor flame quality. Try a different scent or manufacturer to correct that occurrence. Wicking CB-135 requires larger wicking than paraffin. Wicks such as paper cored, cotton cored or metal cored should be avoided as they tend to cause sooting and carbon build-up. A general rule of thumb: have a full burn pool of ¼ to ½ inch (0.6 to 1.3 cm) deep, from side to side, in approximately the same number of hours for every inch (2.5 cm) of the container diameter. Example: An Apothecary jar with a diameter of 4 inches (10.2 cm) should achieve a burn pool depth of ¼ to ½ inch (0.6 to 1.3 cm), side to side, within about 4 hours.MeltingWhen using all dye, except for powdered or un-dyed CB-135, melt the wax to a minimum of 155°F (68.3°C) under gentle agitation to promote even heating and thorough mixing. For powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C) to ensure the dye dissolves. Temporary high temperatures such as 190°F (87.8°C) have no adverse effect if cooled quickly. Higher temperatures, in excess of 190°F (87.8°C), may cause the wax to discolor. Allow the wax to cool to the desired pour temperature.PouringIt is typical for wax to solidify at the beginning of the pour during its first contact with the container. CB-135 should have a pour temperature high enough so that when the container is full, the initial solidified wax has re-melted. The temperature should not be so high that the liquid wax sits more than 30 minutes before starting to solidify.Pour temperatures will vary according to container type and size, fragrance and dye, and the effects you want to achieve. CB-135 can be poured as low as 100° F (37.8° C) if the wax is kept in motion (constant mixing) until poured. Lower pour temperatures may help to reduce frosting while producing a smooth top and good adhesion.There is a difference in cooling rates for different container configurations. Cooling too quickly or too slowly can cause concaving and/or frosting. Large jars such as the apothecary configurations and large candles above 8 oz (237 ml) in size cool slower and require lower pour temperatures, about 135°F (57.2°C). Smaller candles (less than 8 oz (237 ml)) and metal/tin containers cool fast, requiring a higher pour temperature of about 140°F (603°C). If difficulties are experienced with your pour temperatures, try a lower or higher temperature in increments of 10°F (6°C).When candles are poured at a lower temperature (about 110°F (43.3°C)), add the scent at a higher temperature (about 140°F (60°C)) and allow the wax to cool to the desired pour temperature.Pour temperatures should be checked and confirmed according to seasonal changes.Candle CoolingCool undisturbed candles at an ambient temperature of 70° F (21.1°C). The containers should be about 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) apart to allow air circulation for even cooling. The container should remain open during cooling for at least 24 hrs (large candles may require longer times). Slower cooling will encourage container adhesion while quicker cooling will encourage container pull away. CB-135 is designed to adhere to the glass and should be encouraged to do so. Candles should be allowed to sit undisturbed for 48 hours before test burning. EcoSoya CB-135 Instructions EcoSoya CB-135 soy wax is perfect for making all-natural, colorless cand...detail
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EcoSoya has pioneered a source of renewable wax products to meet customer desires. The waxes burn even cleaner for a healthier home environment.<p>NGI only manufactures plant-based wax. </p><p>Easy to use, faster manufacturing:</p><p>    EcoSoya waxes are extremely stable, non-polymorphic (stable, not varying), have a wide pour temperature range and offer exceptional consistency and performance.<br />    Consistency is the key both during and after production and even more importantly, in the consumers hands. Traditionally temperature variations, shipping and rough handling could ruin an otherwise great soy candle due to polymorphism (variation). Our new Quantum waxes are stable enough to withstand varied environments and create a consistently repeatable end user experience.<br />    Quantum waxes support the use of a wide range of wicks for a faster fragrance throw without the typical sooting issues of the past. This ability meets consumer desires while offering the opportunity for increased sales.</p><p>EcoSoya Q210</p><p>    This has been developed for container candles, tarts, and melts.<br />    Also great for massage candles, as it is pure and has been dermatologically tested.<br />    Form: pastilles about 3-4mm<br />    Melt point: 46.1C<br />    Suggested pour temperature: 62.8 - 79.4C<br />    Melt to for mixing: 85-90C<br />    Fragrance load: 18% maximum<br />    Characteristics: clean burning, stable and easy to use; single pour with smooth surface even after burning.</p> EcoSoya has pioneered a source of renewable wax products to meet customer desires. The waxes burn ev...detail
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EcoSoya Q230 Instructions EcoSoya Q230 is self-releasing so it is perfect for all molded candles: pillars, votives, tarts, novelty candles, etc. Molds Molds should be clean and room temperature. Conditioning is recommended with new molds or molds previously used with paraffin. This simply involves thoroughly wiping the inside walls with warm soybean/vegetable oil. Dyes Most dyes (powder, liquid, chips, blocks, etc.) work with Q230. To achieve better color depth, use about 30% more dye. When using powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C), add the dye, and mix until dissolved. Powder dyes may also be dissolved in fragrances and then added to the melted wax (be sure the dye has dissolved completely before adding). *When using powder dyes dissolved in fragrance, liquid dyes, color blocks, chips or no dye, heat the was to 155°F (68.3°C). Fragrance Many fragrances work in PB, especially those designed for soy wax in general. Recommended maximum scent load is about 12%. To minimize scent loss, add scent prior to pouring but at a wax temperature no less then 145°F (61.1°C). Accomodate for temperature drop due to the addition of the cooler scent when targeting pour temperature. Some scents may react poorly causing bleed, objectionable frosting, or poor flame quality. Try a different scent or manufacturer to correct that occurrence. Wicking PB requires larger wicking than paraffin. Wicks such as paper cored, cotton cored or metal cored should be avoided as they tend to cause sooting and carbon build-up. PB tends to burn more down than out creating a Hurricane Candle effect in pillar candles. Scent, color and candle configuraton have a great impact on the best wick choice. Too large of a wick may cause sooting, quick burn times and guttering (wax leaking through the side of the candle).MeltingWhen using dye, except for powdered or un-dyed PB, melt the wax to a minimum of 155°F (68.3°C) under gentle agitation to promote even heating and thorough mixing. For powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C) to ensure the dye dissolves. Temporary high temperatures such as 190°F (87.8°C) have no adverse effect if cooled quickly. Higher temperatures, in excess of 190°F (87.8°C) may cause wax to discolor. Allow the wax to cool to the desired pour temperature.PouringIt is typical for wax to solidify at the beginning of the pour during its first contact with the mold. PB should have a pour temperature high enough so that when the mold is full, the initial solidified wax has remelted. The temperature should not be so high that the liquid wax sits more than 30 minutes before starting to solidify.Pour temperatures will vary according to mold type and size, fragrance and dye, and the effects preferred. PB does not normally produce static electricity or bubbles when poured, tapping of the molds is not necessary. A recommended starting temperature is 155°F (68.3°C).There is a difference in cooling rates for different mold configurations. Cooling too quickly or too slowly can cause cracking and/or frosting. If difficulties are experienced with your pour temperatures, try a lower or higher temperature in increments of 10°F (6°C).PB Double-Pour: When using EcoSoya PB two pours are required with candles such as 3 & 4 inch (7.6 cm & 10.2 cm) diameter pillars. The first pour is done at 155°F (68.3°C) by filling the mold to the top and allowing the candle to set up with a warm but congealed soft center. If the top of the mold (bottom of the candle) has "skinned" over and left a void inside, poke two holes into the candle near the wick.The second pour is done at 140°F (60.0°C) while the candle center is still warm but congealed.Do not pour past the solidified wax of the first pour; in essence "fill" the first pour.Making Votives with PB: The first pour is done at 155°F (68.3°C) by filling the mold within 1/8 inch (0.3 cm) from the top. Allow the votive to cool until it is still warm with a congealed center that has no liquid. If the top of the candle has "skinned" over, poke two holes near the wick. Pour a second time at 140°F (60.0°C) to completely fill the votive mold.Pour temperatures should be checked and confirmed according to seasonal changes.Candle Cooling and Mold ReleaseCool undisturbed candles at an ambient temperature of 70°F (21.1°C). The molds should be at least 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) apart to allow air circulation for even cooling.EcoSoya PB is self-releasing. Slower cooling will encourage the candle to adhere to the mold causing it not to release, while quicker cooling will encourage pull away and release. PB is designed to shrink back from the mold for easier release and should be encouraged to do so. Silicone mold release spray may be used in the unusual event of poor release.Candles should be allowed to sit undisturbed for 48 hours before test burning. EcoSoya Q230 Instructions EcoSoya Q230 is self-releasing so it is perfect for all molded candles: pi...detail
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EcoSoya CB-135 Instructions EcoSoya CB-135 soy wax is perfect for making all-natural, colorless candles. Dermatology tested CB-135 is also great for making massage candles that contain essential oils. Containers/Jars Containers and jars should be clean and at ambient temperature. No pre-heating is necessary. Dyes Most dyes (powder, liquid, chips, blocks, etc.) work with CB-135. To achieve better color depth, use about 30% more dye. When using powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C), add the dye, and mix until dissolved. Powder dyes may also be dissolved in fragrances and then added to the melted wax (be sure the dye has dissolved completely before adding). *When using powder dyes dissolved in fragrance, liquid dyes, color blocks, chips or no dye, heat the wax to155°F (68.3°C). Fragrances / Essential Oils Many fragrances and essential oils work in CB-135, especially those designed for soy wax in general. Recommended maximum scent load is about 12%. To minimize scent loss, add scent prior to pouring but at a wax temperature no less than 135°F (57.2°C). Accommodate for temperature drop due to the addition of the cooler scent when targeting the pour temperature. Optimum hot scent throw is achieved with a full diameter burn pool at a depth of ¼ to ½ inch (0.6 to 1.3 cm). Some scents may react poorly causing bleed, objectionable frosting, or poor flame quality. Try a different scent or manufacturer to correct that occurrence. Wicking CB-135 requires larger wicking than paraffin. Wicks such as paper cored, cotton cored or metal cored should be avoided as they tend to cause sooting and carbon build-up. A general rule of thumb: have a full burn pool of ¼ to ½ inch (0.6 to 1.3 cm) deep, from side to side, in approximately the same number of hours for every inch (2.5 cm) of the container diameter. Example: An Apothecary jar with a diameter of 4 inches (10.2 cm) should achieve a burn pool depth of ¼ to ½ inch (0.6 to 1.3 cm), side to side, within about 4 hours.MeltingWhen using all dye, except for powdered or un-dyed CB-135, melt the wax to a minimum of 155°F (68.3°C) under gentle agitation to promote even heating and thorough mixing. For powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C) to ensure the dye dissolves. Temporary high temperatures such as 190°F (87.8°C) have no adverse effect if cooled quickly. Higher temperatures, in excess of 190°F (87.8°C), may cause the wax to discolor. Allow the wax to cool to the desired pour temperature.PouringIt is typical for wax to solidify at the beginning of the pour during its first contact with the container. CB-135 should have a pour temperature high enough so that when the container is full, the initial solidified wax has re-melted. The temperature should not be so high that the liquid wax sits more than 30 minutes before starting to solidify.Pour temperatures will vary according to container type and size, fragrance and dye, and the effects you want to achieve. CB-135 can be poured as low as 100° F (37.8° C) if the wax is kept in motion (constant mixing) until poured. Lower pour temperatures may help to reduce frosting while producing a smooth top and good adhesion.There is a difference in cooling rates for different container configurations. Cooling too quickly or too slowly can cause concaving and/or frosting. Large jars such as the apothecary configurations and large candles above 8 oz (237 ml) in size cool slower and require lower pour temperatures, about 135°F (57.2°C). Smaller candles (less than 8 oz (237 ml)) and metal/tin containers cool fast, requiring a higher pour temperature of about 140°F (603°C). If difficulties are experienced with your pour temperatures, try a lower or higher temperature in increments of 10°F (6°C).When candles are poured at a lower temperature (about 110°F (43.3°C)), add the scent at a higher temperature (about 140°F (60°C)) and allow the wax to cool to the desired pour temperature.Pour temperatures should be checked and confirmed according to seasonal changes.Candle CoolingCool undisturbed candles at an ambient temperature of 70° F (21.1°C). The containers should be about 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) apart to allow air circulation for even cooling. The container should remain open during cooling for at least 24 hrs (large candles may require longer times). Slower cooling will encourage container adhesion while quicker cooling will encourage container pull away. CB-135 is designed to adhere to the glass and should be encouraged to do so. Candles should be allowed to sit undisturbed for 48 hours before test burning. EcoSoya CB-135 Instructions EcoSoya CB-135 soy wax is perfect for making all-natural, colorless cand...detail
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EcoSoya PB Instructions EcoSoya Piller Blend (PB) is self-releasing so it is perfect for all molded candles: pillars, votives, tarts, novelty candles, etc. Molds Molds should be clean and room temperature. Conditioning is recommended with new molds or molds previously used with paraffin. This simply involves thoroughly wiping the inside walls with warm soybean/vegetable oil. Dyes Most dyes (powder, liquid, chips, blocks, etc.) work with PB. To achieve better color depth, use about 30% more dye. When using powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C), add the dye, and mix until dissolved. Powder dyes may also be dissolved in fragrances and then added to the melted wax (be sure the dye has dissolved completely before adding). *When using powder dyes dissolved in fragrance, liquid dyes, color blocks, chips or no dye, heat the was to 155°F (68.3°C). Fragrance Many fragrances work in PB, especially those designed for soy wax in general. Recommended maximum scent load is about 12%. To minimize scent loss, add scent prior to pouring but at a wax temperature no less then 145°F (61.1°C). Accomodate for temperature drop due to the addition of the cooler scent when targeting pour temperature. Some scents may react poorly causing bleed, objectionable frosting, or poor flame quality. Try a different scent or manufacturer to correct that occurrence. Wicking PB requires larger wicking than paraffin. Wicks such as paper cored, cotton cored or metal cored should be avoided as they tend to cause sooting and carbon build-up. PB tends to burn more down than out creating a Hurricane Candle effect in pillar candles. Scent, color and candle configuraton have a great impact on the best wick choice. Too large of a wick may cause sooting, quick burn times and guttering (wax leaking through the side of the candle).MeltingWhen using dye, except for powdered or un-dyed PB, melt the wax to a minimum of 155°F (68.3°C) under gentle agitation to promote even heating and thorough mixing. For powder dyes, heat the wax to 190°F (87.8°C) to ensure the dye dissolves. Temporary high temperatures such as 190°F (87.8°C) have no adverse effect if cooled quickly. Higher temperatures, in excess of 190°F (87.8°C) may cause wax to discolor. Allow the wax to cool to the desired pour temperature.PouringIt is typical for wax to solidify at the beginning of the pour during its first contact with the mold. PB should have a pour temperature high enough so that when the mold is full, the initial solidified wax has remelted. The temperature should not be so high that the liquid wax sits more than 30 minutes before starting to solidify.Pour temperatures will vary according to mold type and size, fragrance and dye, and the effects preferred. PB does not normally produce static electricity or bubbles when poured, tapping of the molds is not necessary. A recommended starting temperature is 155°F (68.3°C).There is a difference in cooling rates for different mold configurations. Cooling too quickly or too slowly can cause cracking and/or frosting. If difficulties are experienced with your pour temperatures, try a lower or higher temperature in increments of 10°F (6°C).PB Double-Pour: When using EcoSoya PB two pours are required with candles such as 3 & 4 inch (7.6 cm & 10.2 cm) diameter pillars. The first pour is done at 155°F (68.3°C) by filling the mold to the top and allowing the candle to set up with a warm but congealed soft center. If the top of the mold (bottom of the candle) has "skinned" over and left a void inside, poke two holes into the candle near the wick.The second pour is done at 140°F (60.0°C) while the candle center is still warm but congealed.Do not pour past the solidified wax of the first pour; in essence "fill" the first pour.Making Votives with PB: The first pour is done at 155°F (68.3°C) by filling the mold within 1/8 inch (0.3 cm) from the top. Allow the votive to cool until it is still warm with a congealed center that has no liquid. If the top of the candle has "skinned" over, poke two holes near the wick. Pour a second time at 140°F (60.0°C) to completely fill the votive mold.Pour temperatures should be checked and confirmed according to seasonal changes.Candle Cooling and Mold ReleaseCool undisturbed candles at an ambient temperature of 70°F (21.1°C). The molds should be at least 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) apart to allow air circulation for even cooling.EcoSoya PB is self-releasing. Slower cooling will encourage the candle to adhere to the mold causing it not to release, while quicker cooling will encourage pull away and release. PB is designed to shrink back from the mold for easier release and should be encouraged to do so. Silicone mold release spray may be used in the unusual event of poor release.Candles should be allowed to sit undisturbed for 48 hours before test burning. EcoSoya PB Instructions EcoSoya Piller Blend (PB) is self-releasing so it is perfect for all molded ...detail
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