Fusion Soy with paraffin wax for perfect candle making.
Re-inventing para/soy! This smooth and creamy blend of waxes has been designed specifically for making container candles.
MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATION FOR USING FUSION SOY WAX :
Fragrance load: 80mls - 100mls (Maximum)
Heat wax: between 80 - 85 degrees
Pour wax: between 67 - 70 degrees.
Melting Point: 55 degrees
How to make candles from Fusion soy wax:
This Para/Soy Blend is a reliable mix, producing a wax that will allow a greater scent load, greater than 10%, best poured around 70C.
Container maker can be added 10-20ml per kg, for improved adhesion.
Ideal in ceramics and painted jars when a flat smooth surface is required.
Form: soft white wax slabs sold by the kg
If you are colouring your candles, this is the ideal product - the colour is smooth and even throughout the candle.
".....purchasing and trialling the fusion wax for containers and love it. Please pass on my thanks to Doug for showing it to me. I will definitely be ordering more soon. M"
Wax Blend Consistency: Soft
Candle's Finish: Creamy, SmoothPouring Temp: 63-67°CMelting Point: 55° C
Q: I'm not overly happy with the scent throw of my candles when I light them, you can smell them when you lean over them but they don't tend to be noticeable within the room. I've read that soy wax is not the best for good scent throw and that a better throw is achieved by using a Soy/paraffin blend.
A: We love our Soy Candles but the FUSION has a better cold and hot throw.
Soy blends like FUSION is the wax type that most of the large candle manufacturer use due to the fragrance performance.
FUSION does not frost and develop a powdery look when colour is used, much brighter colours can be achieved with FUSION due to it's greater translucency .
Q: I see that you sell Fusion Soy & Paraffin blend and was wondering if you recommend I try this to improve the scent throw?
A: Yes absolutely.
Q: I see that I should still use A LITTLE 20ML container maker with this wax.
A: Some of our customers use Container Maker, and some don't it's up to you. I would suggest you do some testing and see what you like.
Q: Can you tell me, do I still add approx 50-80 ml fragrances per kg of wax?
A: I would use 80 to 100mls of fragrance to a Kg of wax.
Q: Also, if I'm using and essential oil - I bought the Love Essential Oil from you, how much of that do I use per kg?
A: Essential Oil is much more volatile and the flash point is much lower so do not exceed 40 to 60ml per Kg (much less than Fragrant Oil).