Our rapeseed and coconut deluxe wax is specifically developed for the production of wax melts. there is no other wax like this on the market. Our wax has been developed to deliver excellent fragrance throw in just 24 hours. No more waiting two weeks with soy.
Our wax leaves your wax melts shiny may have a little frosting not as bad as soy. Rapeseed crops are grown in EU from existing agricultural land.
• Coconut oil – sourced from small holders in Asia
• Renewable and sustainable crop
• Not from GM crops
• No Palm and No Soy
• Vegan Friendly (No Beeswax)
• Additive free
Our wax is suitable for blending with fragrances and oil soluble dyes and mica powders. Our wax is biodegradable and vegan friendly. No animal products are used and no animal testing has been carried out in its manufacture. rapeseed and coconut does not require additives, other than fragrance and colour required by the maker. Wax should be stored in a cool, dry location away from direct heat, sunlight and moisture.
Instructions guide only
Heat wax to 75°C add colour dye block and liquid dye for best results.
Add fragrance oil at 68°C mix for a good two minutes then pour between 50°C and 60°C
make a small test batches first to see what works best for you.
Our wax is easy to release from moulds making it perfect for wax melts. Moulds should be clean and free of contaminants. They should be at least at room temperature, although pre-heating to approx. 45 – 50°C can be beneficial.
Most dyes work with our rapeseed and coconut wax, powder, liquid, chips, blocks, etc. When using powder dyes, heat the wax to approx. 75°C, add the dye and mix until dissolved. Powder dyes may also be dissolved in fragrance and then added to the melted wax, be sure that the dye has dissolved completely before adding. When using powder dyes dissolved in fragrance, liquid dyes, or colour blocks heat the wax to 75°C. If you wish to make your candle darker or “richer”, add a little black dye to the colour you are using.
Our rapeseed and coconut wax has been designed for fragrance at levels between 8 – 12%. Fragrance which is specifically developed for use with natural waxes is highly recommended. Burn pool size and depth greatly affect fragrance throw so correct wicking is paramount. Some fragrances may react poorly with the wax causing bleeding, objectionable surface finishes or poor flame quality. This has been found to be exaggerated when using fragrances specifically designed for use in Paraffin wax candles.
Temporary high temperatures (up to 90°C) have no adverse effect as long as the wax is cooled back down quickly. Higher temperatures may cause the wax to discolour. Allow the wax to cool to your desired pour temperature, add the fragrance and mix well. Be sure to stir/mix the wax while melting. Stainless Steel is the material of choice although mild steel is acceptable. Digital temperature probes are readily available and are a safer choice than the traditional Mercury in glass type.
Pour temperatures may vary according to mould type & size, fragrance & dye used and the effects the maker wishes to achieve. Greater release from the moulds may be achieved by pouring at temperature of around 55 – 60°C, although this will be dependent upon the size and shape of the candle or wax melt being produced. Fragrance should be added and mixed immediately prior to pouring where practical. If you experience difficulties with your pour temperature, try a lower or higher temperature in increments of 5 – 10°C. Consider pouring into pre heated moulds for enhanced release properties.
Please note we only ship wax to UK main land due to weight.
£9.99 – £114.00