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  1. Hey there is it just me? I was interested in a few samples of one ounce oils and the shipping was about 20 dollars. I inquired about cost and got this back. I explained that without testing samples, I would not purchase larger sizes. Unfortunately can’t use supplier with expensive shipping. This is from Just Scents.
  2. I'm gearing up for spring fundraising and have plans to carpet-bomb schools and other non-profits with a sample candle and color brochure. I needed to find a nice box to hold one, 8 oz. candle with room for foam/bubble wrap and the brochure tucked in for good measure. ULine is having a sale on a variety of great cardboard boxes until 1/13/19. 4"x4"x4" mug-size box is .23 cents with a minimum of 100. Larger sizes are also reasonably priced and on sale until 1/13. Also found "variable depth" boxes - a maximum 8"x8"x8" box that can be scored down to 4", 5", 6", or 7" heights which will suit my fundraiser packaging needs as I sort orders by each seller and each order can vary widely. The other cool packaging I found there were "gable boxes". These fold at the top (think the donut hole boxes) to create a handle. Different sizes that range in price from .37 cents to .66 cents a piece for a minimum of 100. My only concern here is how much these gable boxes can safely hold (think kids carrying candles home on a school bus - what could possibly go wrong?!) I deliver my fund-raisers so I don't need heavy-duty shipping materials, but thought this info might be helpful to some.
  3. hello candlers, I'm new to this hobby. I have only used coconut wax. I've been ready on this this forum and now i'm a little concerned.lol should I blend it with something else? could someone share a the best blend they came up with. what is the best wick with that blend my vessel isTop Diameter: 2 7/8" Bottom Diameter: 3 1/4"Height: 4 1/8"Capacity: 12 oz. (measurements from website) use eco wicks. Is that the best wick with my coconut83 wax?
  4. Hello! I'm working on trying to start selling candles. I've noticed a lot of people prefer to use tin containers rather than glass jars. I'm wanting to sell my candles in 4 oz jelly jars. They're substantially cheaper and look much nicer IMO. So what are the pros and cons to shipping glass container candles?
  5. Hey all I'm working on a new website and was wondering how I should set up shipping rules. Based on the websystem I'm using...I am forced to set up my shipping rules per cart total instead of by individual weight...Meaning if the cart total = X amount the shipping is X amount or a percentage of the cart total. I know this is kinda strange but that's the only option the system currently allows for, though they may offer something else in the future. Anyway... My question is; based on the hypothetical totals below (shown as a range) what would you expect to be a fair and reasonable shipping cost (or percentage) for each range: $1 to $8 = $9 to $16 = $17 to $30 = $31 to $40 = $41 to $60 = $61 to $76 = $77 to $99 = $99 to $200 = $201 to $460 = $461 to $700 = $701 to $999 = $1000 to $10000 = Thank you for your help
  6. So we are about out of soy wax from when candlewic was running a free shipping deal in 2010 and i ordered 500 pounds... I was wondering if anyone has seen a good deal on shipping? In Massachusetts we have only one supplier, and they don't carry the golden brands soy wax, only the eco-soya, which is nice, but it's 80-90 dollars a case instead of 50-60, and that makes this hobby even more expensive than it already is. While we aren't dead set on using the GW 444, we are looking for something which performs similarly with a similar price. Any suggestions would rock! Chris
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