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Depends on your conditions and what wax you use, what containers, and what waxes are available. 
 

in really hot, humid conditions  I’d lean toward palm wax.  It has a set of container limitations to work around but will certainly hold up to those hot/humid conditions Better than pretty much any other wax. 

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You may be able to seal them?  Then have a note that says to let them harden before use?  At least that way they won't get all over the place.  They may not end up the prettiest but they would at least not spill all over.  Not sure if this is much help...

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On 8/5/2022 at 12:21 PM, CandleCocoon said:

You may be able to seal them?  Then have a note that says to let them harden before use?  At least that way they won't get all over the place.  They may not end up the prettiest but they would at least not spill all over.  Not sure if this is much help...

Is this Lyschel from Candle Cocoon?  Or is this just a coincidence?  🙂

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