TallTayl Posted March 15, 2019 Share Posted March 15, 2019 Someone was kind enough to send me a bit of the new Ultra Wax coconut to play with. Made a quick 9oz jar with a scent I am super familiar with and a drop of color. Well, take a look. Poured wickless to start to save a bit of headache. I can stick a tabbed assembly in later. The top sank down, so I heat gunned smooth. This is always the first test with a new wax: how well does it handle the heat gun? It’s inevitable a heat gun will be used at some point. Many waxes fail miserably here. This one is not super heat gun friendly. The frosting has already begun an hour after the pour. But that hat is not the exciting part. Look at the frost color and pattern: This looks identical to coconut 92 with 10% USA. Identical. It’s why I dumped USA in coconut waxes. I already know this will burn poorly. That much USA requires a giant wick and even then hot throw is lousy at best. Even the big guys are having trouble formulating a good, stable coconut wax. It’s not super easy to accomplish. Soldier on folks. 3 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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