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I so far in this candle making journey have been using the tins. I tried it mason jars last night and I checked on them this morning to find a small crack in one. It's just very small and didn't go all the way through the wall of the glass. I use 464 soy wax, I poured at about 135. Are there any tips to prevent this? In the picture below as you can tell it just looks like a deep scratch.
I just started making soy candles. I'm using 100% soy wax. So today I'm making them. I made 5 batches that turned out beautifully. But my last three are completely cooled down but only the center of them hardened. I didn't do anything different I actually put less dye flakes in them than the others. I don't know what went wrong. Any tips you can give me? All 9 candles look like the one below.
Hello everyone! I am new here, just joined today. I am known as the Candlelady42. I've been making and selling soy triple scented candles, tarts, melts, room sprays and more for about two years now. I have a successful website and physical home store where people can come and shop or browse. I make Christmas Candles, Tarts and such. I am 43 years old and have one son who is 15 yrs. old named Jake! You can find me on facebook at www.facebook.com/candlelady42 or www.facebook.com/simonesavon, www.twitter.com/candlelady42. I decided to join to find new ways to make candles, and to give and receive great advice! My shopping website is www.sweetsoycandles.com. Any other questions, please ask! Have a great day/night guys! Looking forward to improving my candle making skills by browsing and talking to everyone on this site!