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Food parafin wax


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What wax is a food parafin wax? Had a Scentsy rep telling me today at a craft show that scentsy wax bars are so much better than regular parafin wax bars because they use a food parafin wax. She couldn't tell me what that meant for sure, had to get to another customer. I was NOT a customer as I make my own 100% Soy wax candles. Just curious what she meant by that.

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I see food grade paraffin sold at the grocery store with the mason jars. I thought it was meant to be used to seal the lids in a way that would not be toxic to the consumer who ate what was inside. I never thought it would be appropriate to make candles with ($3.50/lb) or that it would be any better on the burn than what we get from the regular IGI suppliers, etc.

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