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Polyproplene Jars?


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I was reading some information on a supplier site for cosmetic jars and there was one jar made with polyPROpylene. The statement next to it states "The jars and lids are made of Polypropylene, so they are safe with all your cosmetics." So does that mean not all products are safe in jars made of Polyethylene?

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I have read plastic wraps, saran wrap, shrink wrap and none of them say what they are made of. How do I find out which product I should get to wrap candles? I have pillars just sitting (they look so good I hate to burn them) and I don't want the scent to fade away.

Would putting them in a cabinet be better?

I have alot to learn. Thanks

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I would search the candle topics and/or post on the candle forum but I am pretty sure that for wraps you want polyPROpolyne. I posted a question concerning packaging of candles and was told that some things seem to drain the scent out of candles/tarts so if you are going to use a plastic look for polyPROplene. The easy way to remember it is PRO is good Ethy is bad. I didn't know if that applied to cosmetic jars as well after I read the comment from the supplier. I store my candles indoors in a closet but the people on the candle forums should be able to give you more help.

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