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Soy wax Golden Wax GW464, 500g.

Golden Wax 464 is a soy wax designed for container candles.<p>It contains a soy additive to reduce frosting. </p><p>Pour temperatures should be reasonably high (57°C) depending on container geometry.</p><p>Temporary high temperatures (up to 90°C) have no adverse effect as long as the wax is cooled back down quickly. Higher temperatures may cause the wax to discolour. Allow the wax to cool to your desired pour temperature, add the fragrance at approx 70°C and mix well. Be sure to stir/mix the wax while melting. Avoid using containers containing copper and zinc as this may accelerate discolouration. Stainless Steel is the material of choice although mild steel is acceptable. Digital temperature probes are readily available and are a safer choice than the traditional Mercury in glass type.</p><p>Pour temperatures may vary according to mould type & size, fragrance & dye used and the effects the candlemaker wishes to achieve. Greater adhesion to containers can be achieved by pouring at a temperature close to the congealing point (approximately 45 - 55°C). Fragrance should be added and mixed immediately prior to pouring where practical. If you experience difficulties with your pour temperature, try a lower or higher temperature in increments of 5 - 10°C. Consider pouring into preheated moulds for better adhesion to glass containers.</p>
 
4.15 € 
   
Golden Wax 464 is a soy wax designed for container candles.

It contains a soy additive to reduce frosting.

Pour temperatures should be reasonably high (57°C) depending on container geometry.

Temporary high temperatures (up to 90°C) have no adverse effect as long as the wax is cooled back down quickly. Higher temperatures may cause the wax to discolour. Allow the wax to cool to your desired pour temperature, add the fragrance at approx 70°C and mix well. Be sure to stir/mix the wax while melting. Avoid using containers containing copper and zinc as this may accelerate discolouration. Stainless Steel is the material of choice although mild steel is acceptable. Digital temperature probes are readily available and are a safer choice than the traditional Mercury in glass type.

Pour temperatures may vary according to mould type & size, fragrance & dye used and the effects the candlemaker wishes to achieve. Greater adhesion to containers can be achieved by pouring at a temperature close to the congealing point (approximately 45 - 55°C). Fragrance should be added and mixed immediately prior to pouring where practical. If you experience difficulties with your pour temperature, try a lower or higher temperature in increments of 5 - 10°C. Consider pouring into preheated moulds for better adhesion to glass containers.

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