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  1. I make ceramic candle containers that vary in shape and size. Today I picked one that has been sitting on my bench to make a new candle. The first step to making the candle is knowing how much wax I will need. Here's how I do that. Step 1: Weigh the container. This one is 18.6 oz, or 527 grams. Step 2: Tare the scale. zero it out so you don't need to worry about the math in the next step. Step 3: Fill with water to the desired wax fill line and weigh again. This container takes 14.3 or so ounces of water or 405 grams. Step 4:
  2. I what to check with you C3 users about which wick do you get the best hot throw from? I currently use HTP wicks but have been testing CD wicks since some people say they have better hot throw than HTP wicks. I've heard some people like to use Eco wicks with C3. Just looking for feedback as to what you have found to have the best results. I'm personally not seeing any difference between CD and HTP. Thanks in advance....
  3. Hi All, Doing some testing behind the scenes. For the last 10 years have used a 50/50 blend par/soy. 1.25 oz per pound FO and zinc core wicks. Zinc cores throw so well. Having some issues as many are with my wax now that has soy blended in it. All of a sudden not holding 1.25 FO load that I have always used. Heating, blending and pouring at all the temps I have always done with no prior problems. Cut back to 1oz FO pp and still bleeding out. Like...all of a sudden this out of the blue ? In addition, wax is cracking and tunneling. I am using same FO's. Room temperature 74° and cand
  4. Gosh it's been a while since I've been omn here, but this is by far the BEST candle educational site. I'm reading and catching up and taking notes today. Plan to make citronella candles in 16 oz tins tonight. Going to test CD and eco wicks and decide whether to single wick, double wick or triple wick. Going to be a lot of testing which equals expense so any suggestions to start with would be helpful. Trappeur gave me some advice on this once and I must have stupidly not put it in my notes, I'll look and see if I can find that post too. Going legally blind in left eye due to hereditary macular
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