Q230 Soy Wax

Q230 Soy Wax

A very cream coloured wax in a pastille form. Neat candles are cream to caramel in colour
Can be used for containers, tealights, votives and pillar candles
(votives and pillars are softer than paraffin pillars and may require multiple pours)
EcoSoya promotes their Quantum soy waxes as featuring a new technology
that virtually eliminates frosting, allows for higher fragrance loads,
higher pour temperatures and produces vivid colors.
Pour Temp: 62-79.5 C
Melt Point: 48.9 C
FO Load: 6%-12%
Manufacturer promotes 18% fragrance load
Pastilles require longer melt times

NOTE: Personal testing is required.
We accept no responsibility for the performance or outcomes from the use of this product

TIPS: may have a slight odour when melting. This should disappear in the finished candle
start experimenting with pour temp around 70 degrees C in aluminium moulds. May require 2 pours.
Allow to cure for at least 2 weeks to improve scent throw
Seasonal changes may require higher pour temperatures during cold months, and lower pour
temperatures during warmer months

A very cream coloured wax in a pastille form. Neat candles are cream to caramel in colour
Can be used for containers, tealights, votives and pillar candles
(votives and pillars are softer than paraffin pillars and may require multiple pours)
EcoSoya promotes their Quantum soy waxes as featuring a new technology
that virtually eliminates frosting, allows for higher fragrance loads,
higher pour temperatures and produces vivid colors.
Pour Temp: 62-79.5 C
Melt Point: 48.9 C
FO Load: 6%-12%
Manufacturer promotes 18% fragrance load
Pastilles require longer melt times

NOTE: Personal testing is required.
We accept no responsibility for the performance or outcomes from the use of this product

TIPS: may have a slight odour when melting. This should disappear in the finished candle
start experimenting with pour temp around 70 degrees C in aluminium moulds. May require 2 pours.
Allow to cure for at least 2 weeks to improve scent throw
Seasonal changes may require higher pour temperatures during cold months, and lower pour
temperatures during warmer months


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