Melt and Pour Instructions - TitanWax 5230 Soy Wax
How to Use
- Prepare vessels first, or prepare while wax is heating up. ie wick vessels and secure with wick centering bars before pouring in hot wax.
- Cut wax into smaller chunks. TitanWax is a much harder wax, but it's still soft enough where you can use a butter knife to score it or pry into it and break it into smaller chunks.
- Heat to 175°F degrees, remove from the heat source, add fragrance oil and stir for 15-30 seconds. If you're adding dye, add dye and stir for an additional 15-30 seconds until fully blended.
- For consistently smooth results, it is recommended to pour between 140 - 155°F. I've found 140-145°F to be ideal.
- For thick glass and or cooler room temperatures below 65°F, pre-heating the glass is recommended. For example, you can either place jars in the oven on the lowest setting, or use a heat gun to preheat jars.
- For smoother top surfaces (ie granite), it is recommended to heat lamp the surface after candle has set up or place candle on a raised cooling rack.
- The maximum fragrance load is 8-12%, but higher fragrance loads should be tested per fragrance. Personally, I use 9% fragrance load.
- We recommend allowing a 1 week cure time to maximize the cold and hot throw.