Soy /Paraffin Blend Wax Pastilles
Soy wax is a vegetable wax made from the oil of soybeans. After harvesting, the beans are cleaned, cracked, de-hulled, and rolled into flakes. The oil is then extracted from the flakes and hydrogenated.
The hydrogenation process converts some of the fatty acids in the oil from unsaturated to saturated. This process dramatically alters the melting point of the oil, making it a solid at room temperature. The leftover bean husks are commonly used as animal feed.
The U.S. grows the vast majority of the world’s soy beans, primarily in Illinois, Iowa, and Indiana.
How is it used?
CAS No.: 8016-70-4；8002-74-2
Biological Sources: GMO-free soybean+10% paraffin; Partially hydrogenated.
Produces candles that have pastel shade.
Virtually soot free.
1 Try not to melt the wax to above 80 C.
2 Pour at 60 -6 5 C.
3 Add fragrance at temperature 60 -65 C .
4 Fragrance load: 6-8%.
5 You are allowed to try more possibilities to achieve the best condition that you love particularly.
6 It is recommended that the size of the mold should not be larger than 10 cm.
Container candles; Pillar candles.
Decorated wax plate,wax tarts.
Blend with other natural oils to produce a candle with better fragrance retention or scent throw.
Mix with other natural wax like beeswax with great success for pillar candles.
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