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The manufacturer send fragrance samples they have tested to work with their wax out to suppliers on the internet. Of course the samples behave well! 

 

But when you test yours that have not been vetted by the manufacturer big fail. 

Seriously I gave the two waxes a huge try and tried tons of fragrances - NO WORK

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I know most have given up on this wax but posting this for those who are still testing it.

 

I decided to try the Q210 with a fragrance oil that is 4 fragrance oils combined. Not from the manufacture either.

 

I used 3 fragrance oils from Bitter Creek and 1 from Brambleberry to make up this blend.  Used 7% of it and used various wooden wicks. These are two of my testers.  It poured well and I pour at lower temps. Slight vinegar smell in raw form but don't smell it after adding scent and letting it cure.

 

After 48 hours the cold throw was good (I've been reading others wait 1-2 weeks). I was happy with the hot throw and on some of my testers it burned the full diameter in 2 hours and in others it took 3-4 hours. Flame was anywhere from 3/4 to 1" high and burn pool was 1/4 to 3/8"

 

When I blow them out they do smoke a bit more then the Advanced did but it wasn't excessive in my testing.

 

Mostly I use essential oils but am using some fragrance oils for the season.

 

Including photos of 2 of my testers at the 2 hour mark.

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I would want to see your tops after pour - I got pits and oil droplets on top surface which is unsatisfactory to me.

 

Even heat gunned still nonemusification

 

FYI Essential oils are not safer than fragrance oils - they are still burned material in the air. Urban myth. 

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33 minutes ago, NightLight said:

I would want to see your tops after pour - I got pits and oil droplets on top surface which is unsatisfactory to me.

 

Even heat gunned still nonemusification

 

FYI Essential oils are not safer than fragrance oils - they are still burned material in the air. Urban myth. 

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I posted my pours on page 5 near the bottom they came out great.  This is with 210.  Will be trying 220 soon.

 

My customers like the essentials and I like them too.  Used to use a lot more FO's and some want certain scents. Sometimes I crave certain scents that I can only get with FO's.

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