What Sort Of Wax Is Used For Making Soy Wax Candles?

In a very short span of time, soy candles have emerged into a big boom as a natural and environment-friendly alternative to petroleum paraffin products.

Note: Petroleum paraffin products are non-toxic, water soluble and biodegradable.

Most commercially obtainable soy candles are essentially a blend of soy wax and paraffin (occasionally as much as 75% of paraffin is used to make candles).

Though, there are few companies that sell pure soy candles. To help them reach their potential customers, decorative décor helps.

Decorative décor is an online store, which sells out the most authentic, eco-friendly and affordable items for home décor. Here is their official web link: http://www.decorativedecor.com.au/.

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If you want to make your own, well, very easily you can. Visit this decorative décor official website and take help and ideas to make your own candles at home.

Making your own soy candles will help in saving your good amount of money as well.

Continue to read this article till the end, as you will get to read good tips and ideas to make a soy wax candles at home, all by yourself:

• Find and only purchase 100% soy wax in a block or as wax flakes.
• Purchase parched cotton wicks and the fragrance oils and color dyes you might need.
• Pick a nice mold to the size and shape of the candle you want to make.
• Liquefy the wax in a pot on a hot stove or it can be liquefied in a microwave also.
• Blend in the tinted dye of your choice when the wax has melted.
• Add and mix in the cologne oil.
• Place the wick in the center of the mold, carefully.

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• Pour the liquefied wax into the mold carefully, so that the wick does not move from the center of your mold.
• Leave the mixture for some time to get set completely.

• When it gets set properly, remove your candle carefully from the mold.

You can look for more tips and ideas to make soy candles at home on various internet sources also.

The fragrance of a burning scented candle has a lot to do with the cologne oil used in the candle making process.

Hope you find this article informative enough.