There are many different types of candle wax available and this can be hard for the beginner to understand. I will list the different wax and tell you what they are best used for.
120 Degree Semi-Refined Paraffin Wax
A soft wax with a low melting point, it is perfect to fill all your container candles. Also used for carved candles and making modeling.
142 Degree Paraffin Wax
This is a quality hard wax, with a high melting point and a variety of uses. Perfect for your general candle making, votives, tapers, molded and embedded candles.
152 Degree Taper/dipping Wax Discount
A less expensive candle wax, yet high quality molding and taper wax. This paraffin wax has a melt point of 152 degrees. Primarily used for molded candles, hand-dipped tapers, and floating candles.
A beautiful natural wax collected from beehives. Beeswax candles are popular for their pleasant hint of natural fragrance and extended burn time. Beeswax sheets are available in both naural and a variety of dyed colors.
The honeycomb pattern adds a chic natural look, and a cluster of these honeycomb rolled candles make a stylish and unique accent to your home.
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