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Soy wax flakes for wax melt

Soy wax is a natural vegetable wax.

Some of the problems that can occur during the casting and production process cause finished candles to fail when used.

Our Beijing Dongkella has accumulated production experience in this field and hopes to help everyone avoid these problems.

Question 1: The heart of a candle produces fungal heads or excessive carbon deposits

When the heart of the candle is too large compared to the vessel used, the flame of the candle is too large and carbon deposits form and the top of the heart of the candle is sponge-shaped.

Solution: You need to use a smaller, more suitable drill bit

soy wax

Question 2: The firebox is too small to tunnel or burn unevenly

Tunneling occurs when the core wire used is too small and the flame cannot adequately melt the entire surface of the candle.

This causes the candle to burn unevenly, a small flame, a faint odor and the candle to go out.

So if you want to know how to burn candles evenly or how to burn candles properly, check out the solutions below.

Solution: The best way to repair a spark plug tunnel is to use a larger heart

Question 3: Frosting on the surface of the finished candle

Solution: Add a small amount of palm wax:

We have found that using a small amount of palm wax on top of candles can reduce and remove frost on soy candles.

All you need to do is add 2 teaspoons of palm wax per 1 kg of wax.

Then use a lower pour temperature to pour completely melted, which will help minimize and eliminate candle freezing.

Question 4: Shear, shrinkage, bubbles and wet spots

Sometimes when we fill the wax, the adhesion between the wax and the tank (sometimes called a suction cup) is poor – bubbles form on the side of the candle.

This is more evident when using a transparent container. It seems that there are bubbles between the tank and the candle, which seems like a slightly wet phenomenon.

Solution

Follow the steps below to resolve the issue

Low temperature casting. Note: It is important to remember to stir the wax constantly when pouring in the colder so that it does not solidify.

The dirty surface of the glass container can also cause this problem, so if necessary, clean the glass container with wax before filling.

Allow the candle to cool naturally at room temperature (18-25 degrees), it may take a little longer, but the effect of removing the cup is sent.

Problem 5: Surface cracks

Solution

Follow the instructions to resolve this issue

Low temperature casting. Note: It is important to remember to stir the wax constantly when pouring in the colder so that it does not solidify.

Allow the candle to cool naturally at room temperature (18-25 degrees), it may take a little longer, but the effect of removing the cup is sent.

Once the wax is filled, gently pull the heart before inserting it, but avoid too much.

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