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I really like opaque candles, and have read vybar is a way to help achieve that. I have used stearin and chromium dioxide, but neither is that effective, and too much chromium O2 creates problems. Would vybar -or anything else- be more effective?

The wax I use is mostly paraffin, and I dont use FO's so no worry about binding fragrance.


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yes, vybar 103 for pillar waxes will give you a more opaque look, although waxes will vary, some will keep some of their translucent qualities more than others. Universal vybar won't do much for making the wax opaque, so be sure it is vybar 103PamR

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