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Paintguru last won the day on December 18 2018

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  1. Hmm, I jumped back on Square and the site creation tool looks the same as it always has. Am I missing something?
  2. You need to add a 9 oz straight sided jar!!
  3. @Sebleo, did you ever try Uprinting? I'm looking at them again to simplify and improve my labels, but they are obviously more than if I printed on my own. Plus, each scent would be its own run unless I make some sort of generic label where I could mark the fragrance after the fact. I feel like that may look cheap though....
  4. Wow those stories hit home to me. I have a ton of sheets of labels in my house waiting to be used, but like you said, testing will sometimes take out a sheet or two. I'm not big time by any means, so I more often print off small batches, and if I could do single high quality labels with no waste, all the better! How do the "specialized label printers" deal with different sizes/shape of labels? Again, perhaps the printer's limitation forces you to minimize your labeling strategy and not over-complicate things.
  5. Slightly off topic and silly question, but I'm sure people have run into this with their circular warning labels. My jars have a concave bottom, so when I put round labels on them, there are wrinkles and look crappy. Have you run into this with your bottles @MilosCandles? Or do you put these warning labels somewhere else on those containers?
  6. I've been using CDs with by 464/4630 blend and they seem to do well. They do have some leaning issues and do curl, but their "power" seems to be about right for my containers.
  7. Dancing when you're down within a deeper container is usually an airflow issue, not necessarily a wick issue. Obviously, you need to make sure you have the right size wick, but even if it is the right size, I still get dancing in my 9 oz straight sided jar when I'm 1/2 way in or more. I've always assumed there is no getting around this without a candle topper, but perhaps I'm wrong.
  8. Are these holes around the wick? I've never had a wax that doesn't have them in my containers, and 4630 was no different (they weren't crazy bad though). I simply use a heat gun.
  9. So I've been playing with this blend, and thus far, I'm liking it. I use a CD6 wick for my 9 oz straight sided jar. I get a little darkening of the glass near the rim, but not nearly as bad as straight 4630 alone. Throw on my first test scent has been pretty good thus far. I need to try some CD4s from somewhere to see if I can wick down even more, but will likely stay with 6's just to make sure I get a full melt pool.
  10. Agreed, it is a unique fragrance but moderate on the throw side in candles.
  11. This is why I'm interested in starting to sell as well, the business side of it. Being an engineer, my artistic side isn't great, but the idea of connecting everything together, figuring out the best way to do things, etc., along with making something people enjoy is the appeal.
  12. Just ordered a sample of Strawberries and Champaign from Flamming....thanks! ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜‚ I did order all their new scents as well, just to see how they are.
  13. Is this a bakery like scent? Sweet?
  14. Interesting theory. Again, I feel like I've had good luck with my 9 oz jars with other waxes (4630 again). I have a few more pounds to play with so I'll see if I can make it work. I do have some CSNs I can try as well.
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