This paraffin/soy blend is soft, creamy and opaque and has a semi-gloss finish. It is a low shrink wax that may or may not need a re-pour depending pouring conditions. It colors nicely and the hot and cold scent throw is very good also. This wax is designed to be a lower cost alternative to the Victory Blend wax and is great for competitive candle pricing.
Type: Hybrid -Vegetable (soy)/Paraffin Blend Meltpoint: 115 degree Primary Use: Container candles in glass jars, crocks, mugs, etc. Packaging: 10-11 lb. slabs Scent Recommendation: Use up to 1 1/2 oz. fragrance per pound Wick Suggestion: Heinz coreless, Paper Core, WEDO RRD Recommended Pouring Temperature: 180-190 degrees
Instructions for Use: Heat the wax to 200 degrees. Add scent and color and pour between 180 and 200 degrees.
The Best Wax Ever!! There is no way to edit your review so this is just an update from my earlier review. As I stated before the color of the wax is beautiful, a bright opaque white color. I don't even want to add color to it , it is that outstanding. I also noticed that the flame is reflected through the color. It actually makes the candle look like it is glowing. It is quite remarkable!.
The Best Wax Ever!! I have been using the soy blend of their coconut wax for months now. After trying it once I knew it was the only type of wax I wanted to use period. But I decided I wanted to try the paraffin blend of IGI Paracoco. This wax is AWESOME!! It has the most beautiful white color I have ever seen in a wax! The flame is perfect and so is the burn. I absolutely love it!
Hmmm I was honestly hoping to love this wax! I don’t hate it but I’m having struggles with the way it sets. My candles have holes around the wick and I followed all the steps correctly. I’m making a batch now and will be posting again based on the results.
Name: Peter Camacho Review Date: 11/14/2017 6:54 pm Rating: 5
The Best! This coconut wax is simply one of the best waxes I've worked with. To me there has never been anything better than IGI 4627 when it comes to scent throw.but messy to wok with and difficult to wick. I don't do straight soy waxes as they don"t promote a great scent throw unless it's a bakery fragrance. After six years of candle making I have finally found the ultimate wax. IGI coconut wax is all that and more! Strong hot cold scent vibrant color and easy to wick as suggested by candlesandsupplies.