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Palm Wax Products including Palm Candle Wax
Palm wax and palm candle wax. Ideal for palm candle making, palm candles, palm candle wax pillar candles.
- Candlewic's series of palm waxes are complex blends of tropical oils and their derivatives. This line of wax offers you a natural alternative to beeswax and soy wax.
- Palm wax possesses beautiful surface finish, excellent burning qualities and color stability.
- The palm waxes carried by Candlewic present exciting possibilities for fulfilling your discerning standards of quality as well as your expressions of beauty and style.
- Palm candle making wax typically offers superb color stability through a wide range of colors from subtle light pastels, to brilliant primaries, to rich deep tones-distinctive in any chosen setting.
- However certain colorants that may have solubility issues with the palm waxes. Color blocks and buttons have all been tested in the waxes.
- Palm waxes can be used with most liquid candle scents
at 5-6% fragrance loads. We suggest testing the fragrance on an individual basis.
- Palm waxes should be used with aluminum molds for maximum crystal design. Other metal molds can be used but controlled cooling must be exercised. The aluminum allows for slow cooling.
- Palm waxes do have a high acid value so we suggest using wicks that have appropriate treatments.
- The following Wick Series
have are very effective in palm waxes; RRD, CD, HTP & ECO series and the LX-22, 24 & 26.
50 pound case [A0010]
This Natural Wax Candle Making Kit includes: 5 lbs. of Feathering Palm Wax, Polycarbonate Mold, 4 15-hour votive molds (M-63),6 ft. of wicking , 15 votive wicks and 4-1oz fragrances. You will also need Melting Pot (M-121A) and Thermometer (M-61) and a covered work surface.
55 pound case [W6080]
A very high-performance, all-natural smooth pillar blend of 100% soy, palm, cottonseed and other vegetable-based wax products has excellent burning properties. This is a replacement for PS wax previously sold by Candlewic.
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