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GB 415 is 100% soy. GB 444 is the 415 plus a 2% universal soy additive.

The additive allows you to pour hotter, is supposed to help with frosting, and is supposed to give a better hot throw. It also makes the wax harder and you really have to wick up compared to the 100% soy.

My experience - The 444 gives you a headache and gray hair or bald spots, the 415 allows you to sleep at night!

I have both. If you are unsure about that additive, buy the 415, a separate additive and play. I am still in the very challenging phases of the 444 and if I can't conquer it -YET. I will at least use it for tarts lol

Just my opinion.

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Golden Brands Product Descriptions:

*FO loads will vary depending on each specific FO used.

* Pour temps will vary depending on size of container, amount of FO, and temperature of room.

* All products are Kosher and FDA Certified

GW402: Pure Soy Container Wax

This soy wax contains no additives and is both natural and kosher. 402 has a lower melt point which helps with the burn and gives better glass adhesion so you get less wet spots. We recommend pouring this wax between 90 to 100 degrees. You can pour at a hotter temperature, but a heat gun may be required to smooth out the top.

402 blends well with beeswax, paraffin, slack wax, and microcrystalline waxes.

Pour Temp: 90-100

Melt Point 115-120

FO Load: 6%-8%

GW415: Pure Soy Container Wax

This soy wax contains no additives and is both natural and kosher. 415 has a higher melt point which enables it to retain a higher FO load to give you a stronger scent throw. We recommend pouring this wax between 90 to 100 degrees. You can pour at a hotter temperature, but a heat gun may be required to smooth out the top.

415 blends well with beeswax, paraffin, slack wax, and microcrystalline waxes.

Pour Temp: 90-100

Melt Point 120-125

FO Load: 8%-10%

GW435: Soy and Cotton Container Wax

This wax is a blend of soy and cotton with a melt point of 120-125. The cotton helps with a better burn and gives better adhesion to the glass. The higher melt point enables it to retain a higher FO load to give you a stronger scent throw. We recommend pouring this wax between 90 to 100 degrees. You can pour at a hotter temperature, but a heat gun may be required to smooth out the top.

415 blends well with beeswax, paraffin, slack wax, and microcrystalline waxes.

Pour Temp: 90-100

Melt Point 120-125

FO Load: 8%-10%

GW464: Soy Blended Container Wax

This soy wax contains a soy based additive and is both natural and kosher. This soy based additive enables the soy to be poured at a hotter temperature, helps reduce frosting, and will help increase FO load. 464 have a lower melt point which helps with the burn and gives better glass adhesion.

464 blends well with paraffin, slack wax, and microcrystalline waxes. We do not recommend blending this wax with beeswax.

Pour Temp: 125-145

Melt point- 115-120

FO load: 7%-9%

GW444: Soy Blended Container Wax

This soy wax contains a soy based additive and is both natural and kosher. This soy based additive enables the soy to be poured at a hotter temperature, helps reduce frosting, and will help increase FO load. 444 has a higher melt point which enables it to retain a higher FO load to give you a stronger scent throw.

444 blends well with paraffin, slack wax, and microcrystalline waxes. We do not recommend blending this wax with beeswax.

Pour Temp: 125-145

Melt point- 120-125

FO load: 9%-11%

GW416: Pure Soy Votive Wax

This soy wax contains no additives and is both natural and kosher. 416 is perfect for tarts of any size and shape. It an also be used to harden existing waxes and has a melt point of 130-135. This wax is not recommended by itself as a container, votive, or pillar wax. We recommend pouring 416 between 90-100 degrees.

416 blends well with beeswax, paraffin, slack wax, and microcrystalline waxes.

Pour Temp: 90-100

Melt Point: 120-125

FO Load: 8%-10%

GW474: Soy Blended Votive Wax

This soy wax contains a soy based additive and is both natural and kosher. 474 is perfect for both votives and tarts. This soy based additive enables the soy to be poured at a hotter temperature, helps reduce frosting, and will help increase FO load.

474 blends well with paraffin, slack wax, and microcrystalline waxes. We do not recommend blending this wax with beeswax.

Pour Temp: 140-150

Melt Point: 10-135

FO load: 8%-10%

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