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EcoSoya Pillar Blend Soy Pillar / Melt Wax

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NOTE: We are currently closed for the bank holiday on Monday the 27/05. Orders will commence being dispatched in the order they were recevied from Tuesday the 28/05.

Melt Point: 53°C

Pour Temperature: 60°C

Max Fragrance: 10%

 

Please note: We do not recommend using essential oils in candles, even though some may perform reasonably well. The flashpoint, especially in citrus-type essential oils, is quite low and the direct flame of the wick in contact with the wax, a candle can easily catch fire. Essential oils do tend to work quite well in 'melts' as the heat source is not in direct contact with the wax. For candle making we recommend the use fragrance oils which have been specially designed for use in candles as their safety has been tested for the intended use. All essential oils due to their raw nature may discolour the wax. If essential oils are to be used in a candle application, please test in small quantities first and increase the ratio gradually to no more than 6%, being mindful of the high flammability of the raw material. As advised before, we do not recommend the use of essential oils in candles.

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P.C.
Brilliant wax

I bought this wax for making wax melts. It’s fantastic! No frosting, great hot and cold throw. Will definitely buy again.

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k.f.
Ecosoya pillar blend wax

Very good

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V.P.
Wax

Good to work with, strong throw

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C.A.
Happy customer

Love this wax for wax melts. Lovely to work with and love the creamy white colour and holds dye well also.

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L.M.
Best wax I have used

I was super excited to receive this after reading the reviews and I wasn't dissapointed it's fantastic easy to work with and a great finish. Came packaged very well and super fast delivery

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