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Recently working with bayberry and wondering about other's experience. I've been varying the percentage of beeswax to minimize fracturing as well as pour temps and slow cooling in the oven but can't seem to achieve consistency. Anyone have suggestions? Anything appreciated.

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9 minutes ago, TallTayl said:

Bayberry and beeswax are my specialties. 

About the only candle I make for myself are 100% beeswax - nothing like it.


Honestly, the heavily scented candles most people buy, or expect you to make, are a bit over the top. 

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