Heya! So im a first timer starting to make candles, im currently trying to make pillar candles from paraffin wax. I've used moulds with a paraffin (10% stearin) wax blend, and eventually I'll be looking to dip and carve with a softer paraffin on top. Now, my candles are currently coming out of the moulds with surface imperfections, i think they're called jump lines? They're thin lines of wax that are staying in the moulds and making the surface of the candle dull. The candle is nice and smooth and shiny where it's come away clean. My question is, is there a way to avoid these? And does it really matter given that i plan to dip them - will the coating layers hide it and smooth it out?