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    Blending - Palm Wax

    Blending - Palm Wax

    Used for blending with soy waxes for Melts, Votives & Pillars
    Ideal blend to start testing with is 50-50
    Melting Point: 55 to 60°C 
    Recommended pour temperature - 85°C

    Product Name Per Kg Price Qty
    Blending - Palm Wax- 1Kg $7.50
    Blending - Palm Wax- 5Kg $5.50
    Blending - Palm Wax- 20Kg $3.50

    Product Description

    Parameters Specifications
    Melting Point (°C) 55 - 60
    Acid Value (mg KOH/g) 200 - 213
    Color (5¼" Lovibond Cell) 1.0R Max
    Moisture & Impurities (%) 0.15 Max
    Subject Description
    Origin 100% vegetable based
    Color White
    Product Form Beads
    Notes Avoid using copper nozzle, mold or other copper based handling tools.
    It is not advisable to heat the material above 90°C.
    Stir the palm wax - Soy or Paraffin blend before pouring to ensure homogeneity.
    Wicks, dyes and fragrances used in paraffin candles may give different results when used with palm wax blends. Seek advice from your supplier to obtain suitable colorants and additives for your candle's formula.
    Store in a cool, dry place and away from direct light.



    Best stuff going!Review by Jacinta
    Seriously who is not using this to blend with???!!!???
    Crisp colouring and shiny finish every time I blend with this product. Testing required to get to bang on of course, but when you do...... (Posted on 23/12/2018)

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    • From Ulli Raftery at 20/07/2015 8:58 pm
      • what type of wax burns for the longest time?
      • Hi Ulli all waxes have different properties and it will depend on the fragrance load and wick size soy generally lasts longer than paraffin. CS
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