Dorothy Mantooth

464 vs C3 tops after burn/cool

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Can anyone verify that your candles look like these after burning and cooling? The rougher one (top) is 464 and the other with bubbles is C3. Both have Eco wicks, 8%fo and are in 8oz tins. These have been burned at different test times. Assuming I did everything correct, are these the results you get?  Appreciate any comments. 

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5 hours ago, Dorothy Mantooth said:

.... The rougher one (top) is 464 ....

 

 

I just looked at two of my candles that I haven't burned for awhile (the weather has been too hot for me to consider!) ... they are GW464, and yes, they both resemble your top photo ... a little "crusty" looking. 

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That is very typical for soy - 464,415

c3 that's what I got years ago when tested lots of bubbles but not sure that is the norm- maybe TT will chime in on that one 

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Ha ha I could've told you what waxes those were without you even telling me. That is 100% normal for each of those

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Thanks for confirming. From what I'm reading on the thread your customers don't seem to care about it as long as it smells good and burns well. 

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