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can old wax matter? some one gave me a case of j223 from 2004. i poured a few candles and and burned them, well they needed to be wicked up... i just got through retesting all my jars for wick size and these did not work..

i really hope thats all it is.. i think i will give up if i have to retest again.. it took me 4 months and money to test... and that was just one size, i still have 2 more sizes to test... another 4 months or so...

any one experienced this with wax??

thanks in advance

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can old wax matter? some one gave me a case of j223 from 2004. i poured a few candles and and burned them, well they needed to be wicked up... i just got through retesting all my jars for wick size and these did not work..

i really hope thats all it is.. i think i will give up if i have to retest again.. it took me 4 months and money to test... and that was just one size, i still have 2 more sizes to test... another 4 months or so...

any one experienced this with wax??

thanks in advance

HI Here is a link that has helped me. You look for your Jar,,find the wax you use then look @ what others have done. It is a very good place to start while Testing. This way it gives you some idea of what you want to acheive because each one of us may have the same wax but the wick may be different. http://server.com/WebApps/db-view.cgi?id=71493

I have Also looked @ this too,,,, http://www.candletech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10760

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i have been doing this for 3 years, started off with jj and switched to tureens. just got thru testing tureens and got this batch of wax given to me and a few ive burned from this wax burned diff. like needed to wick up...

just thought maybe this is what effected the burn. i will be gettin a new case soon and will just check it.. maybe its that the newer wax was changed somewhat compared to the older one... at least i hope so.

thanks

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