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Soy wax candles not only burn longer than traditional candles, they also burn cleaner because they're free of toxins, carcinogens, and harmful vapors. We only carry soy wax that contains 100% natural botanical oils to give our wax ideal melting qualities, burning qualities, and scent throw.

Soy Container Candle Pouring Instructions

Using Golden Brands 464 Soy Container Wax, Melt Point = 113° F (37.8° C) - 119°F (48.3°C)
    1. Heat soy wax and remove from heat source.
    2. Add essential oil or fragrance oil. Recommended maximum scent load is about 9%. To minimize scent loss, add scent prior to pouring but at a wax temperature between 125°F (51.67°C) - 145°F (62.78°C). Accommodate for temperature drop due to the addition of the cooler scent when targeting the pour temperature. Some scents may react poorly causing bleed, objectionable frosting, or poor flame quality, so you may need to experiment.
Tip: Use a high quality thermometer to monitor your wax temperature.
  1. Stir while cooling.
  2. Pour into wicked container. Pour temperatures will vary according to container type and size, fragrance and dye, and the effects you want to achieve but it is recommended to pour at 125°F (51.67°C) - 145°F (62.78°C)Golden Brands 464 Soy Container Wax can be poured as low as 125° F (51.67°C) if the wax is kept in motion (constant mixing) until poured. Large jars above 8 oz (237 ml) cool slower and require lower pour temperatures, about 125°F (51.7°C). Candles less than 8 oz (237 ml) and metal/tin containers cool fast, requiring a higher pour temperature of about 155°F (68.3°C).

Soy Wax Troubleshooting
Fragrance oil leeching out of the soy wax
You may have added too much fragrance oil (we recommended max 9% by weight), or your fragrance oil was not added at the correct temperature (if the temperature is too low the wax molecules are not expanded enough to trap the fragrance oil between them as they cool).
Soy wax isn't sticking to glass (wet spots)
Your wax may have been poured too hot. (Wax shrinks as it cools, and the hotter it is poured, the more it shrinks.) Or the inside of the glass container wasn’t clean. Also, the manufacturer does not recommend preheating your containers before pouring.
Candles are turning frosty
Wax poured too hot (always pour soy wax at the coolest possible temperature). 100% soy wax has a tendency to frost more than soy blends.
Rough tops after pouring
Wax poured too hot (always pour soy wax at the coolest possible temperature). 100% soy wax has a tendency to have rougher tops than soy blends.



Voyageur Soap & Candle Company Ltd.
Unit 102 - 19475 Fraser Hwy Surrey, British Columbia, Canada V3S 6K7

Telephone: 604-530-8979   Fax: 604-530-9428   Toll Free: 1-800-758-7773

 

http://www.voyageursoapandcandle.com/    sales@voyageursoapandcandle.com

 

 

NOTE: All recipes are provided for the use of the customers of Voyageur Soap & Candle Company Ltd. Their electronic or print reproduction is strictly forbidden. All formulas and recipes have been formulated by Voyageur but we accept no liability as to their effectiveness or the success of the formulas when being made. It is essential that good manufacturing practices are followed in their use, and it is the responsibility of the user to meet the appropriate regulatory requirements of their jurisdiction in all matters. All formulas remain the property of Voyageur, and their reproduction or re-distribution is strictly forbidden without our written consent.   

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