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What's the difference in the J waxes?


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Have had some J300 for several years and want to play with it. But heard it was disc. I know this one was good for layering so thought I would play around with embeds so they don't bleed. Just curious how different is it from the J233 and J50? Seems like a lot of people add one of these to their soy to make it creamier.

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Have had some J300 for several years and want to play with it. But heard it was disc. I know this one was good for layering so thought I would play around with embeds so they don't bleed. Just curious how different is it from the J233 and J50? Seems like a lot of people add one of these to their soy to make it creamier.

Paraffin is mixed with soy to get a better looking soy. Paraffin kills the frosting in soy, makes for nice smooth tops and you can pour hotter, with the paraffin added. A lot of times paraffin added to soy adds to a better hot throw.

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Have had some J300 for several years and want to play with it. But heard it was disc. I know this one was good for layering so thought I would play around with embeds so they don't bleed. Just curious how different is it from the J233 and J50? Seems like a lot of people add one of these to their soy to make it creamier.

I don't know what the technical difference is between the three, but I tested all three J waxes. J300 was pretty similiar to J50, imho. But I found that J50 had a better throw. J50 also layers quite nicely, so I didn't really see any advantage in using J300. J50 is a great all around container blend. When I tested it against J223, I found that J223 had a good, but lighter throw, and was a little different in wicking than the J50. Since J50 was a snap to wick, layers nicely and has a super throw, I went with it. I'm also mixing J50 with soy and getting great results so far. :)

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