CandleLytes Posted November 1, 2009 Report Share Posted November 1, 2009 I was recently at an event on Spokane, WA (Greenbluff for any of you who know the area) and took some of my candles to sell. I make my candles with Swan's Accu-10. Normally I heat to 160, and add FO and dye but very often would get frosting. A lady up there suggested that I heat to 130, add scent and dye at 120 and pour at 100. I thought no way! Those temps are two low.... well Now I bite my tongue because those temps produce an even better candle. Every time! I guess my point is this no matter how much you think you've gotten this down, there's always room for improvment. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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