Hive and Honey Candle Co.

Coconut 84x Beeswax Blend Candle Wax | Accu-Pure Coco 84 by Accu-Blend - Slab Form


Our Coconut Beeswax Blend, also known as Coco 84 or 84x is made by ACCU-BLEND is an All Natural Coconut Container Blend of Coconut and Beeswax and other natural quality ingredients. It has excellent color retention, jar adhesion, hot and cold scent throw, and is very clean burning. No additives are required. It is also blended to eliminate frosting of colored candles, and is a one pour blend. It has a smooth surface and burns cooler and longer. It also includes a small amount of food grade paraffin.

Melt Point 125 - 129 F
Flash Point 450 F

Wicking: In general coconut blended waxes use smaller wicks.  LX, Premier, Zinc, and CDN wicks works great with this wax. Keep in mind that this wax has beeswax so you may need to wick up 1 or 2 sizes from Coco 83.

Curing: Good results after 3 days with Coco 84X, but even better results if it's allowed to cure for a week or more.

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Please note: When shipping during warmer temperatures, the wax may soften or melt slightly. This will not affect the wax quality.

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.
  • Heat to 200 - 220°F degrees, remove from the heat source, add fragrance oil and dye, blend for 15-30 seconds and pour immediately.
  • For consistently smooth results, it is recommended to pour hot at 190 - 200°F.
  • For thick glass and or cooler room temperatures below 65°F, pre-heating the glass is recommended.
  • 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.
  • We recommend allowing a 1 week cure time to maximize the cold and hot throw.

Safety Data Sheet

    WICKING TIP:  Coconut blended waxes are different than regular soy wax. There won't be a full melt pool until you get about half way down the jar. 100% soy has a "memory" and will tunnel, however, coconut blended waxes don't as much.  Initially, there will be some "hang up" on the sides of the jar but as the wick burns, the sides of the jar heat up, and melt the rest of the wax.

    HH Candle Co General Wick Guide -- These are SUGGESTIONS and your results may vary based on fragrances and fragrance % used.  Please test everything fragrance/wax/jar combo you intent to carry in your inventory. Not every combo will wick the same- some will take smaller size wicks and other larger ones.

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