Today’s Sunday Spotlight is going to focus on the candle making process and how every ingredient used will ultimately affect the candle’s appearance and burn. It’s important to remember candle making is not an exact science; you will have to go through a trial and error process to find what works best for you.
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Today’s post is going to focus on the importance of temperature during the candle making process. No matter your skill level, candlemakers can agree that temperature plays a huge factor in the appearance and burn of their candles. Just remember this is always a trial and error process and what works for one project may not work for another. You will constantly need to experiment until you can find the perfect process for your candles.
There are three different temperatures you have to be aware of during the candle making process. They are: wax temperature, room temperature, and candle jar temperature .
Welcome back to our Sunday Spotlight post! This week we are going to focus on wicks! Whether you are a seasoned candlemaker or a newbie in the process, you should be aware that wicks affect the burn process of your candle. There are many different types of wicks you can choose from when creating your candle. However, today’s post is going to focus on three types of EAP’s wicks and their differences. This is meant to help educate you on our wicks and help you better decide which wicks to test out on your new candle.