This professional grade soy wax is ideal for crafting tea lights, container candles, clam shells and any other candle-making designs. For extra convenience, the 100% natural soy wax is packaged...
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This professional grade soy wax is ideal for crafting tea lights, container candles, clam shells and any other candle-making designs. For extra convenience, the 100% natural soy wax is packaged in 5 kg bags for a lasting supply to create many projects!

Our natural soy wax is recommended by candle-makers everywhere. Super-easy to use, it has a low melting temperature (46 – 49 C) that provides better adhesion to glass. With this property, burn is also enhanced.

With a soy-based additive, this wax can be poured smoothly at a hotter temperature of 65 – 80 C. This leads to reduced frosting and an increased FO (fragrance oil) load of 8% - 10%. The wax has a pure composition and the ingredients consist of all-natural additives, with no paraffin or GMO material. 

You will received 15 x 1KG Bags.

Package Content:

1 x 15kg Professional Grade 100% Natural Soy Wax Candle Making Supplies



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