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  1. Denise Williams


    wax used: Joy Was (NG) fragrance load (%): 7 to 8% average cure time: 2 weeks Wax additives: age of FO: purchased Jan., 2020 container size (dimensions) & type (material): 10 oz. metal tin wicking notes: wooden wicks Cold throw: excellent Hot Throw: excellent in 10 x 12 room Morphing: none Fade:none Other notes: wonderful lemony fragrance; strong and long lasting in candles, soap and diffusers
  2. I have been using Joy Wax for about 4 years and I really do like it. I have many people say it is the best candle they ever burned. The problem is, I live in the South and it just melts too easily when I do outdoor events. I'm tired of having to make sure the sun isn't shining on them and always moving the display back into some shade. Is there a soy or soy blend that does better in the summertime outside? Maybe I can just make the Joy Wax during the colder seasons.
  3. My candles been burning for awhile now, few hours, and the scent no longer is there...I am using joy wax and NG coconut cream pie FO with a CD wick and vybar. Are my candles supposed to look separated like this? Why is it after awhile I can no longer smell it? Even if I leave the room and come back in.
  4. I have about 4" candles I am using joy wax for. I made one and allowed it to cure for two days (when I CALLED NG they said cure for two days) and using their coconut cream pie fragrance and some vybar. The smell was better than my other candles but not where I can smell it no matter where I am in my bedroom. Even if door is closed. That's a turn off for me since I want my candles to smell like bath and body ones. I want the BEST scent throw hands down. I made a new one using 1.5 fragrance and no seeping so I will test in a few days. My question is, did I mess up going with joy wax? They state its the best hot throw wax out there on their site but could be a bluff... Should I switch to pure paraffin? I am using CD wicks if it matters. Do I need to let the candle I lit yesterday cure a few more days before lighting it?
  5. I am using NG joy wax and the scent throw is a bit better than my beeswax and soy but..want to optimize it the most. Is normal paraffin better?
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