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    I'm a Chandler and Soaper of 9 years.

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  1. A friend of mine uses this jar and fills it to the lower line right before it tapers up. She double wicks her jars using CBL 130 which is a para soy. Since you have Eco wicks on hand...maybe start with two Eco 4 or 6? Not all wider jars need double wicking however so you could single wick too.
  2. Yes, climate most def played a factor in my cracking issues. I live in New England and it only ever happened when shipping in super cold weather (like 10-20F) and my customers never complained it is a great wax.
  3. For melts you won't need a repour. It's a good para soy blend that I, personally, prefer over RE's. I did have cracking issues in cold weather.
  4. Thank you I will not color the wax. I read that CD's work best with this wax. Did you use CD's?
  5. Hey Lovelies!! I just ordered myself some C6 to play with and was wondering if anyone here uses it and has any pointers, heads up or tips and tricks? From the instructions/reviews it seems to be a straight shot kinda wax but we all know that no wax is a straight shot.
  6. I agree with Toasted Pumpkin Spice and Pumpkin Chai from CS. Both are amazing! I also like their Pumpkin Caramel Crunch. I'm a Pumpkin scent addict and burn/melt them year round. Some of my favs are... NG: Pumpkin Apple Butter Pumpkin Crunch Cake Frosted Pumpkin Type ICS: Pumpkin Spice Pumpkin Spice Latte Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream Lebermuth's Pumpkin Harvest Zucchini Pumpkin Bread TCS: Pumpkin & Vanilla Pumpkin Carrot Streusel CW: Pumpkin Pancakes (to me it's simliar to PPW)
  7. Oh my that sounds amazing! I'd be interested.
  8. I messed with it yesterday and noticed a funky plastic-y smell as soon as it started melting in the pot. The cooled finished end product doesn't have the smell. I'm gonna melt it today and see if the smell is there. For reference: I made scent cups to test "scoopability" for someone who was wondering about it being it's a soft wax Personally I will do no further testing of this wax.
  9. Slimy. Opaque. Did I mention slimy? 😂😂 I much prefer harder waxes.
  10. I don't think I ever tried the 125. I keep touching this 133 and really need to stop...LOL...I'm getting grossed out. I have a soft texture issue.
  11. It's the best I can do for now until I get it into the pots. If I had to compare this to any waxes I have personally tried or tested I'd compare the consistency to 3020 or 3022 from Clarus. That's just how soft this is.Appearance I'd compare to 4630. Hope this helps and makes sense. LOL
  12. Just got it in and first impressions are: super soft wax, can squish the block between two fingers. very white, opaque in appearance I will post a pic later...gotta finish up a few things
  13. I most definitely can do that I'm curious as to how it's appearance and consistency is as well. If it's like the 4627 I already know it won't be for me.
  14. Has anyone gotten the CBL 133 yet? I ordered a few pounds to see what's what and should have it tomorrow.
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