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Does anyone know what is the LOWEST melt point of paraffin I can get away with for making standard-size pillars?
I made a pillar with wax around 130-132 MP and 5% Universal Additive. It looked and burned well. In fact the performance wasn't noticeably different from pillars made with 140 MP paraffin. Rather than treating it as a disposable experiment, I enjoyed burning it all the way down.

The additive was meant to be the key thing and probably was. It might not work so well with just wax and stearic, but I think there are hard paraffins below the usual 138+ MP that could make good wax/stearic candles. The wax you have seems like the usual melting point for pillars though.

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