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Easy Melt Eco Soya Wax is produced from soybeans grown in the USA, unlike cheaper waxes that may be sourced from plantations in Brazil and Asia where rainforest is destroyed to increase production. Eco Soya is produced from non GM crops grown on well managed plantations and contains no herbicides or pesticides, is not tested on animals, is biodegradable, contains only vegetable matter and is not harmful to the environment or wildlife. Following harvest the oil is extracted from the soybean and undergoes hydrogenation to turn it from a liquid into a solid, producing a clean burning candle with a warm flame. Specifically formulated to make pillar candles Eco Soya Pillar Blend does not require the addition of hardeners, such as stearin, and is self releasing from moulds. Soya wax is a safe and renewable product which burns cooler than paraffin wax and has its own creamy white colour. It has excellent scent throw and does not require the addition of a candle dye to improve its appearance, but dye can be added if required. Up to 30% extra dye (when compared to paraffin wax) may be needed to achieve the desired colour, but softer shades will be achieved when using less. Soya wax can be mixed with other waxes if desired.
We have suggested suitable wick from our Ebay shop below but, as with all waxes, the burning properties of the wick will be affected by the addition of dyes and fragrances and there is no substitute for experimenting to get the right wick. A sample pack of our wicks can be found in our Ebay shop.
Eco Soya Pillar Blend will melt at 55°C but a temperature of 68°C is desirable before pouring your wax. 68°C is also the best temperature to add dye and a minimum of 62°C should be achieved before adding fragrance. If a second pour is required (usually for larger diameter candles) then a temperature of around 60°C is desirable. These are guidelines only to achieving the best results.
We also sell Soya Wax Container Blend, for jar and container candles, and Rapeseed waxes and Beeswax in our Ebay shop.
The following wicks, along with others, can be found in our Ebay shop.
Suggested wicks for use in pillar soy wax are:-
EM75N for candles around 75mm in diameter
EM50N for candles around 50mm in diameter
You can also use our EM75P and EM50P which are unbleached fibre cored wicks which will not compromise the integrity of your natural candle. As soy is quite a hard wax, and the EM 'P' pattern is a cooler burning wick, you will find that these wicks will not create such a large burn pool as the EM 'N' pattern. To create a satisfactory burn pool use in slightly smaller candles than the wick size would suggest.
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We also have a range of good quality candle fragrances in our Ebay Shop
Memories Candle Fragrances
Baking Day Collection
4 beautiful fragrances inspired by home baking that will make your mouth water.
Specially formulated for use in candles.
Manufactured in the UK.
Blackberry – Fresh, juicy blackberries picked straight from the bush.
Rhubarb – Sweet and sharp at the same time. Just like sugared rhubarb should be.
Gingerbread – Warm, sweet and spicy.
Lemon Meringue Pie – Zesty lemon with warm pastry undertones
Memories Candle Fragrances
Sunny Days Collection
4 beautiful fragrances inspired by sunny summer days.
Sea breeze – Fresh and invigorating
Fresh Linen –Clean and fresh
Edwardian Rose – Delicate rose fragrance
Bluebell – A gentle, floral fragrance
These and many other fragrances are available individually, in 50ml bottles from our Ebay shop.
4 Clear Display Glasses Suitable For Votive & Tealight Candles. Also suitable for container wax candles.
Available from our Ebay shop
The items listed below can all be found in our Ebay shop
Use a thermometer to get the right temperature of your wax before pouring and also to prevent overheating of your wax.
Candle fragrances are now available from our Ebay shop to create scented candles for indoor and outdoor use.
One 50ml bottle is enough to perfume 1kg of wax at normal strength (5%). Up to 8% can be added if desired.
Natural Rapeseed Wax available from our Ebay shop.
Another renewable product is Rapeseed Wax produced in the UK from non genetically modified rapeseed grown in the UK and Europe. Rapeseed is an agricultural crop widely grown for use in the production of cooking oils, bio fuels and now candle waxes, filling approximately 1.5 million acres of British farmland with its bright yellow flowers during early summer.Rapeseed wax is now becoming more popular due to public awareness of the environmental damage that is caused by transporting goods over long distances. The soybean is grown mainly in Asia and the Americas and this added distance results in a larger carbon footprint. We have rapeseed wax listed in various weights in our Ebay shop.
A completely natural wax produced by bees as a by product of the honey making process. Suitable to mix with both paraffin and natural candle waxes it gives a lovely aroma while burning and is a good air purifier. Beeswax also hardens other waxes to produce a longer burning candle. Our beeswax is refined in the UK to the highest standards to produce a wax that is suitable for many applications from candle making to furniture and boot polish. Available in various quantities from our Ebay shop.
Our paraffin wax is of the highest quality, purified and refined in the UK by modern, environmentally friendly technology and contains no hazardous ingredients. It's environmental properties are characterised by its good biodegradability, non-cumulative effects and is harmless to wildlife. This wax remains the most popular for candle making with good scent throw and excellent depth of colour when dyed. Available in various quantities from our Ebay shop.
We also have available a selection of wicks to suit pillar and container candles available on their own or in packs with sustainers and wick pins from our Ebay shop. We also have available in our Ebay shop a selection pack of wicks to help you find the best one for your project before you commit to buying larger quantities, or if you want to make a variety of candles.
We aslo sell, in our Ebay shop, a variety of moulds from clear polycarbonate tea-lights and glass jars to large aluminium moulds for pillar candles in a variety of shapes.
Wax should always be melted using the double boiler method (one pan inside another that contains water). Do not overheat. All waxes have an optimum temperature for pouring and, depending on the wax, is usually somewhere between 60°C and 75°C. For best results use a thermometer (we have one listed in our Ebay shop). Wax is flammable at very high temperatures and should not be left unattended whilst melting. Should it catch fire cover with a damp cloth, or fire blanket, and never pour water on it.
Once melted dip a length of wick into the wax to prime it. Attach a sustainer, if using (Sustainers are used for container candles and moulded candles without wicking holes, (E.g. votive candles) by pushing the wick through from the base (flat end) and then crimping with a small pliers. For candles with a wicking hole prime the wick and then push through the hole from the base of the mould. Use mould seal or blutack to seal the hole. Ensure the wick is completely covered and the tack is pressed down firmly. For moulded and container candles push a wick pin through the wick level with the top of the container to keep the wick straight and central.
Dye and scent should be added to the wax just before pouring. Pour the wax carefully into your container, leaving space at the top if it is to remain in the container to burn. Lower the sustainer (if using), with the wick attached, into the wax until the sustainer sits on the bottom of the mould. A skewer, or similar, can be used to push it into place. Carefully push the wick pin through the wick, level with the top of the container, and rest across the top of your mould. Try to get the wick straight and as central as possible, as this will help the candle burn more evenly. Paraffin pillar wax will sink as it cools and will need topping up. Natural waxes can form a void down the centre of larger candles that may not be visible, so it is always a good idea to stick a wick pin into the wax, next to the wick, to see if a void has formed. Carefully top up your candles so that no wax goes over the original pour line as this will cause the candle to stick in the mould. Container waxes for jars etc. are a one pour wax and generally don't need to be topped up. Once the wax has set (leave overnight) trim the wick to about 1/4" and keep trimmed to this length to prevent excessive smoking.
Always display candles on a suitable flat surface out of the reach of children, and never leave burning candles unattended.
Please see our shop pages on the left for further guidance on making candles.
Wrought Iron Candle Snuffer & 6 Lighting Tapers
The candle snuffer is approximately 25cm (10”) long with a cone end to extinguish your candle flame and a loop at the other end for a secure grip. These make an excellent gift for candle lovers whether they make their own candles or buy them ready made.
This handy little tool that will make putting out your candles safer and easier. No more crouching down to candles displayed at low levels or, worse still, lifting burning candles off shelves with the risk of spilling wax, simply place the cone end of your snuffer over the candle flame to extinguish.
The lighting tapers make lighting candles easy, particularly those displayed, or made, in containers, and for lighting a number of smaller candles eg. tea-lights. The tapers are made from a wax coated wick which will burn quite slowly and can be extinguished and re lit many times. Keep the taper upright when lighting, and when moving between candles, to avoid dripping wax. I have found the best way to use these tapers is to remove a small amount of wax from the end of the taper when using it for the first time, as this makes it easier and cleaner to light. Simply run your thumb nail around the outside and then pull the wax coating off the end of the wick. Light the taper with a match or lighter and then hold the flame to your candles.
We also sell in our Ebay Shop
Ideal for Candlemaking and Soap making
Protects your worksurface from the heat from Jugs and moulds
Heat resistant "Non Asbestos" flexable woven glass fabric mat to protect your worksurface from marks. These heat resistant mats last for many years and are well worth the money because they help stop burn marks on your Kitchen table or worktop!
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