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I use the 402 in B&B products, but not in candles. From what I have read, and talking with other candle makers, the 402 is generally used as a mixer to help with the meltpoints in other soy waxes. The 402 has a lower meltpoint, and should be easier to wick than other soy waxes, if used by itself. I do recall one post I read where the person just loved the 402. If you do a Search on the Vegetable Wax Candle Making part of this board, you will come up with past posts about the 402 wax. Just type in 402. HTH

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