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  1. I used to worry about that, but if you wick it right you get a nice wall of wax on the sides that will melt eventually. That wax helps your HT. It used to drive me crazy because by the time I got a FMP the wax had melted to the bottom.
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  2. I know, and I made some tins with the same FO but a previous batch of 4627 and they had great HT. I'll try remelting and adding some FO.
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  3. Now i understand. thank you both so much.
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  4. Trust the supplier. Buy the recommended size plus one size up and one size down to compare, or buy a sample pack. Don't believe anything you see on YouTube or FB unless it's from a reputable supplier like Candle Science. Most people have no idea what a successful candle looks like. Eco 8 is crazy big for a jar that size. Is it a jelly jar? If so, Eco 2 works, sometimes Eco 1. Also, 6006 needs to cure. You will not get a good burn if it's freshly poured. Wait at least a week, ideally 2.
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  5. Hi All, As far as bags for storing wax melts...even full clams of wax you may have purchased...the bags MUST be Polypropylene, NOT Polyethylene. Polyethylene (PE) are like Ziplock bags: a softer, cloudy plastic versus Polypropylene (PP) which is like cellophane: crispy and crunchy for lack of a better way to describe it. It's harder to work with in my opinion because there's no "give" to that cellophane PP bags and I've ripped many trying to be greedy and squeeze one more clamshell in! PP provides a protective barrier without compromising visibility. As I said: it's cry
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