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I poured a batch of candles last night and this was so weird. I poured 10 candles. All from the same batch. 4 of them had oil seeping on top. The other 6 did not. Poured them all at the same time. It wasn't a new oil, I've used it many times. I remember when I started pouring candles and didn't know much of anything (if only I would of known about CT) and thought oh more oil = stronger candle. I learned real fast what happens when you do that. Any one have any ideas why that would have happened? Thanks bunches :) :) :)

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Oh yes and it's frustrating.  What could possibly be different in 1 or 2 out of 12?? The only thing I've noticed is it will happen when my room is on the cooler side, but that could have nothing to do with it.  I'm ok if it does it once

and I blot it up but if it keep happening I end up using the candle myself.  I have had a couple that  just kept bleeding fo for several blots.

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