Well-Soy Wax is comprised of 100% edible and natural botanical oils. Well-Soy Wax has excellent fragrance holding qualities and produces candles with a beautiful cold scent and a hot throw that exceeds most expectations. Properties include excellent adhesion to containers and a clean burn with less soot than typical parraffin waxes. This is a completely non-petroleum product from a renewable resource that is completely biodegradable. The helpful hints provided below are intended as suggestions and should not replace your own testing methods. Items you will need: Double boiler Thermometer (candy type) Scale (needed to weigh wax) Glue gun (to adhere wicks to your candle container) Make sure to weigh your wax. add 3 to 6 tablespoons of Stearic acid per pound of wax, add when melting wax. We recommend 1oz to 1 1/4 oz of premium grade fragrance per lb of wax. Use a glue gun to adhere your wicks to the bottom of the jars Melt wax in a double-boiler system between 140 F to 160 F. Add fragrance and dye, when wax has cooled to approx. 120 F stir completely. Pouring wax at a reduced temperature aides in wax adhering to jars, reduces mottling and preserves scent throw. Allow to cool slowly do not speed up the cooling process. Packaged in 50 lb box. Please contact us for Special Pricing and Freight quote on pallet quantities. 800-411-3593 or 734-261-5531, fax 734-261-5571
Well -Soy Wax Candle Recipe
Items needed to start project:
Thermometer (Candy Type)
Scale to weigh wax
Glue Gun to adhere wick to jar or tin
Well Soy Wax
Premium Grade Fragrance Oil
Optional Candle Dyes
Make sure to weigh your wax. Add 3 to 6 tablespoons of Stearic acid per pound of wax, add when melting wax.
Heat wax in a double-boiler system to 140°F to 160°F.
We recommend 1 oz. to 1 1/4 oz. of premium grade fragrance oil to one Lb. of wax.
Add fragrance and dye, Mix Well
Use a glue gun to adhere your wicks to the bottom of the jars.
Pour complete candle wax mixture into Candle Container. Reduced pouring temperature is another benefit of Well-Soy Wax.(Pour between 115°F and 120°F). Allow to cool slowly do not speed up the cooling process.
The recipe displayed above is not guaranteed by Wellington Fragrance it is a suggestions only. We always recommend you do your own in house testing. Testing in house will allow you to adjust formulas to create your own quality finished products.