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Melting Point: 124 degree F
The IGI 4786 wax is a smooth, creamy and opaque wax for making container candles.
Some features of IGI 4786 Paraffin wax are:
This is not considered a single pour wax and usually requires a minimum of 2 pours.
Does not require the use of additives.
Working temperature should be around 160 - 180 degrees F. For best side wall adhesion it is recommended that you preheat containers to 125 to 140 degrees F.
This wax can typically handle fragrance levels up to 5% - 8% by weight.
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Posted by Scenter Square on 1st Jun 2017
I was very pleasantly surprised when I opened the carton to see the slabs lovingly packed in honeycomb Kraft eco wrap. The care taken made me feel especially grateful for my purchase,
Posted by Sherry Hansen on 9th Jan 2016
I use this with 4627. I do a 50/50 blend to make tarts and it gives perfect results. It colors beautiful and takes fragrances wonderfully. This is a very hard wax so I heat my knife before I cut it.