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wickless and comfort blend


Sharon in KY
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Have some Comfort Blend wax and going to make some wickless candles with it. but would like to add some other paraffin to give more of a creamy texture. Where should I go to find out what the best temp. to pour etc. Would like to learn more about this wax and other really soft paraffins. Since it gets heated so much I don't want any "natural" waxes. Not a good time for me to be playing so want to read as much as I can before I get started. Thanks to all.....

PS have done the search thing on here but the info is so spread out it's hard to find.

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I usually pour this one about 150 - 145 and get smooth tops but I don't mix it with anything else. I figured it out through trial and error unfortunately. The 4630 is the same, with or without a wick.

So have they changed the comfort Blend to 4530? I was looking and wrote down 4527. I poured a sample candle and heated way too hot I think. The scent just about killed me it was so strong. I was caughing and choking, I'll have to remember the pour temp. Read just about everything throws in it so if that holds true I should have some nice wickless candles.... Thanks

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Comfort blend has always been 4627 and Harmony blend has always been 4630. I think you wrote it down incorrectly. Though I remember 4630 being 19something or other a few years ago I think. I forget.

Both wick the same for me, a few suppliers call 4630 a more solid version of 4627.

And the only thing I can't get to work in either is citrus fragrances. For that I bring out the pure soy.

The blend I formulated using these two and a few other things throws just about anything I put in it. I'm quite happy with it.

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