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Vybar & Coconut wax


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This is going to sound like a vague answer, but it  all depends on the problem you are trying to solve.  

vybar is a polymer (plastic) “glue” used to help stabilize some candle fuels.  As little as 0.25% can cause issues with burn, set up of cooled wax and binding of fragrance.

 

I don’t use the wax you mentioned, but generally, beeswax, castor wax, sunflower wax, palm wax, paraffin and soy will easily “harden” a soft coconut wax. The choice will depend on what you are trying to achieve. 

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