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  1. You and me both! That's the first thing is test for is consistency and release. I test in both clamshells and my mini-melts in a silicone mold. They have to stay firm when squeezed between my fingers. I'm loving 4625 for keeping things firm!
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  2. Since I've been trying to go for a lower MP combo to work in the lower wattage warmers, I don't think I'll have a problem with them hardening too much in the dish. Trying to find that happy medium between having to pop it out with a spoon or knife and having to scoop it out like a thick peanut butter 🤣 I'm finally gonna be putting that Dragon's Blood in wax today.... I can't wait!!!! ❤️
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  3. The shape of the melter cup plays a role. The halogen lamp one have has a well with a lip, so none would pop out no matter the consistency. I have to get it warm to peel out the wax, or dump liquid hot wax. the older dish style I like to pop out in one piece. Pushing it to free from the dish was preferable to having to find a spot in the freezer to later pop out. The freezer drawer can be dicey to find a spot that won’t ram it broken to bits. neither is a deal breaker if the melt smells nice for a decent amount of time. the one thing I dislike is sticky feeling melts out of the package. Not the end of the world though.
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  4. I use the cotton ball method to remove from my warmers so that part isn't a concern. But I do use clamshells and it is important to me - a solid 5 - that they break and release from the clam cleanly. I despise soft sticky melts.
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