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MonicaHanson

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  1. MonicaHanson

    KY 143

    Thanks, Belinda. I've purchased some 4630 and have tried a 50/50 and 60/40 (60% 4630} so far. Not sure how I feel about it...I was able to get the melt point down low enough for the melters with the 60/40 mix but they don't want to pop out of the clamshells. I'll give it a try with some silicon molds.
  2. MonicaHanson

    KY 143

    That's good to hear. I've read some good things about the 133 on these forums. If I can't find a taker for the 143 I'll try mixing it with some of the other waxes when I've got some down time (whenever that might be).
  3. MonicaHanson

    KY 143

    Ugh! I can't believe I did that. I think I'm just gonna try to sell it for what I paid and will just lose the shipping costs i paid. Certainly someone in the North Dallas area will want it. The KY 133 is out of stock (as if I'm not frustrated enough, lol) so I have ordered a 5 pound bag of problend 450. It seems I have read here that these are the same waxes? I liked the KY Parasoy Tart Blend but hate the cure time so thought I would try the paraffin blend.
  4. MonicaHanson

    KY 143

    Thank you, Kris. Maybe I can give that a try.
  5. MonicaHanson

    KY 143

    I have been using the KY Parasoy Tart Blend and wanted to try the paraffin blend. I thought I had ordered the KY 133 but somehow I ordered the KY 143 (10 pounds)...I am pretty new at this so I was wondering if anyone can tell me if I can use the 143 alone or mix it with another wax to make acceptable melts in a clamshell. Fragrance oil is expensive so I thought I would ask for some advise before I waste it. The shipping on the wax was as much as the wax itself so I am hoping to use it rather than sell it and lose my money that I paid for shipping.
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