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Lizzy last won the day on April 9

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    I'm a Chandler and Soaper of 9 years.

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  1. I only use LX wicks in Pillars so I can't help with containers but from personal experience and testing the CBL 130 (on it's own) I can recommend Eco Wicks. I tried CD's and Zincs but the Eco's did the best job with amazing throw.
  2. I think it's called "Verona" Amazon has them but they seem to be OOS mostly https://www.amazon.com/Couronne-Company-7117-BL-Verona-Bamboo/dp/B00H5PUNBO
  3. Thanks ErronB! I think I'm gonna chance it and get a case.
  4. Sorry to butt in here but I was wondering if anyone has purchased any since the latest "restock"...and if so...are there any rippling issues like we had before?
  5. Learning and testing NEVER ends! 16 years in now and it still keeps me on my toes. As for the dried botanicals...no. Just no. Anything with an open flame should not be near botanicals. Micas tend to clog wicks. Crystals can shatter. Sadly I also see some suppliers promoting the use of unsafe "enhancements" just to make a sale. I have also noticed that a lot of FB groups have people that sell within a month of starting. Insanity.
  6. do you have a website @Barbara AL
  7. Candlescience and The Flaming Candle both offer starter kits. Starter kits are a great way to get started.
  8. I use (and love) zinc wicks and they are notorious for "shrooming" even under the best conditions and especially with heavy fragrance oil (loads). There have been a few times over the last 16 years of candlemaking that the "shrooms" were pretty much non existing but I still trim to remove the burnt part. It's second nature to me.
  9. J&J Bedtime Bath definitely at The Candle Source and I think RE's Lavender & Chamomile is great too
  10. the lead time must change daily...Wednesday it was 8-10 days. Even so I'm ok with that. I do love their products.
  11. Everything AJ said! Soy is a fickle beast but can be amazing
  12. I never had any issues with them. I always have to wait 3-5 days before my order even ships so it's nothing new to me and I take that time frame into consideration. I just placed an order on Wednesday and it stated up top on their website that their lead time is 8-10 days. I'm just grateful I can still order with everything that's going on right now.
  13. I was able to smooth it out by using another tart wax....so at least it's not useless. LOL Adding 6 oz of my other tart wax to 10 oz of CBL 129 did the trick.
  14. transfer your domain to GoDaddy.com....if your current registrar releases your domain without a hitch it should be a smooth move. You will need a authorization code from your current registrar. Then set up an account at GoDaddy. GoDaddy is pretty good. I have been with them for a long time and have registered many domains with them. You have the choice to auto renew every year or two or to manually renew every year Here's some info https://www.godaddy.com/offers/domains/domain-transfer?isc=gofd1001aj&gclid=CjwKCAjwp-X0BRAFEiwAheRuixrbTd23c4QV2aTXLLdjp7kcw__zd_A84nyYpu8fKyLSi-zKEi6KGBoCGNUQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
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