Catlover Posted November 7, 2009 Report Share Posted November 7, 2009 I have been all over this site and the answers to this question are also all over the place! I'm asking because I'm getting some air pockets and sinkholes with my last couple of batches. I have poured at 135 and 125...I'll test this myself too, but am wondering if I should let it go slushy or pour it hotter? And should I not be letting my candles cool on the table, uncovered? I try to pour slowly, but I can see some itty-bitty bubbles floating in there just waiting to cause trouble. I'm not giving up: I know this can be a great one-pour wax! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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