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    Longer Wick - Shorter Flame?

    So as we all have been told, well generally all of us, a longer wooden wick usually results in a longer flame - correct? Hence why wooden wicks need to be trimmed after a certain point. I'm an amateur candle maker -- been self-learning and testing on and off for almost two years now, and I'd...
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    Beeswax/Coconut oil Soot Problem

    Hi Everyone! 👋 I've been making candles for several months now and I can't seem to get rid of my soot problem. For reference, I'm using a blend of coconut oil and beeswax and wooden wicks. I don't think it's all a fragrance oil issue, because I keep my fragrance load at around 6 to 7%, and I...
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    Beeswax candle with wooden wick

    I am trying to make beeswax candle with wooden wick but facing som problem in it , the wax is getting pillered in the middle and a lot of wax are getting wasted on sides. Also the wick is not burning property it is just showing black stick bit I am not able to see the fire property. Could you...
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    Soy wax wooden candle wick issues

    Hi all, I’m relatively new to candle making and hoping for your help! I’m using GoldenWax444 soy wax and Escentscia Style fragrance oils (FOs) at 6% (24ml FO to 400ml wax) in 40cl glass vessels with Lumetique XL wooden wicks. I add the FO at 65c and also pour at 65c (as advised at a workshop and...