Waxes for Candle Making 20.12.201724.04.2018 by CozYours No comments yet 441 There are several types of wax readily available for making candles today - some natural, some synthetic, some a little bit of both, and each has its own particular qualities. Paraffin Wax Paraffin wax is a petroleum by-product created when crude oil is refined into gasoline. Paraffin is the most commonly used wax for candle making. Soy Wax Soy wax is a new wax on the candle making scene. Many of the soy waxes are made from 100% soybean oil. Others are blended with other vegetable oils (like coconut) and waxes (like palm and beeswax.) Beeswax Beeswax is the oldest candle making wax.It is infused with honey during its creation, it naturally has a sweet fragrance which will vary slightly depending on what flowers or plants bees are feeding on. Gel Wax Gel Wax is not actually a wax at all - it is a combination of resin and mineral oil. It is often used to imitate water or other liquids like beer, cola or wine. Palm Wax Palm wax is similar to soy wax in that it is made from a natural oil - in this case, palm oil. VISIT OUR CANDLE MAKING STORE How to Make Votive Candles How to Start a Candle Making Business How to Make Soy Candles How to Add Fragrance Oil to Your Candle 6 Different Types of Candles 7 Different Types of Candle Making Wax How to Make Homemade Candle Wicks How to Choose the Right Candle Wick How to Buy Candle Making Supplies Basic Candle Making Supplies How to Remove Candles From Molds DIY Homemade Birthday Candles Creating the Perfect Candle 5 Candle Making Issues and How to Fix Them How to Make Your Own Soy Tealight Candles Why to Prime a Candle Wick Waxes for Candle Making 7 Different Types of Homemade Candles Choose the Right Wick for Your Candle How to Stop Your Candle from Tunneling 11 Essential Oils for Soy Candle Making Essential Oils in Soy Wax Candles Types of Oils Used for Candle Fragrance Recipe Formulas Benefits of Using Soy Wax A List of Items You Need To Get Started Making Candles Candle Making Safety Tips When to Double Wick a Candle How to Choose Wicks for Your Soy Candles Palm Wax for Candle Making Gel Wax for Candle Making Beeswax for Candle Making Soy Wax for Candle Making Paraffin Wax for Candle Making Starting Your Candle Making Hobby Fire Safety Outdoor Candles The Braid of the Wick Wick Wonders Scents That Last A Discussion on Color Upcycled and Recycled Candles Waxes for Candle Making">Waxes for Candle Making">Waxes for Candle Making"> Post navigation 7 Different Types of Homemade CandlesWhy to Prime a Candle Wick Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.