Soy Wax
All Seasons A27

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$12.50$95.00

A unique soy wax blend suited to making pillar candles, moulds, tarts and melts and can also handle a higher fragrance load.

1kg ($12.50/kg) $12.50
5kg ($9.00/kg) $45.00
15kg ($6.33/kg) $95.00
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Description

All Seasons Wax A27 Performance Soy Blend

A harder wax, designed for making pillars and melts, or for use in container candles in hot climates. A lovely finish, this wax has a very small percentage of paraffin blended with the soy. You’ll find great scent throw, a tough durable wax and a smooth pre and post burn surface!

Specifications
Manufacturer: All Seasons Wax Company Direct from factory: Yes GMM Free: Yes
Fragrance Load: 10% – 12% Fragrance Temp: 75-82°C Pour Temp: 60°C – 70°C
Melt Point: 53°C Form: Flakes Uses: Pillar candles, tarts, melts, container candles in hot climates
Instructions

Melt the wax to the suggested fragrance temperature before adding your fragrance. Stir fragrance for at least 2 minutes and allow the wax to cool to the recommended pour temperature.

Notes

The A27 Performance Soy Blend by All Seasons Wax Company is a carefully formulated soy blend designed to perform consistently in warmer and more volatile conditions. Nicknamed the ‘summer blend’ this wax has improved stability when compared to most other waxes on the market. It has been designed with toughness and durability, meaning it will resist sweating in hotter climates and can cope with higher fragrance loads and more potent fragrance oils.
Its unique formulation also has greater fragrance binding properties which restrict oil excretion, leaving an impressive smooth surface.

The Performance Soy Blend A27 is the result of an extensive, 12 month laboratory testing period where we explored different waxes and hundreds of different blend ratios to finally achieve a container wax which has outstanding hot and cold scent throw and as mentioned above, performs consistently in volatile climates or under strong UV lighting conditions (common in many retail showrooms).
The Performance Soy Blend A27 has:

  • A higher sweating point than other waxes on the market
  • A higher fragrance tolerance (8-12%)
  • Smooth set pre and post burn
  • Anti-sweating properties
  • Fantastic oil absorption resulting in amazing hot and cold scent throw
  • Wax remains hard, durable and smooth
  • Great for Pillars, Moulds and Melts!
Testing

The magic of candle making is in your own testing. Finding which blends, wicks, jars, temperatures, percentages and fragrances yield the best results for you – we encourage you to undertake many different tests and trials to achieve your perfect candle recipe’.

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Technical Information

Liquefaction Point : Peak melting temperature 53°C
Congealing Point: Congealing temperature 45°C
Suggested Heating Range: Range of heating 70°C – 85°C*
Suggested Pouring Range: Generally between 60°C – 70°C
Suggested Max Fragrance Load: 10 -12% – this depends on the potency of the fragrance so testing is required.
Contents: Made up primarily of natural soy bean and blended with smaller portions sustainably sourced, certified palm wax, premium grade paraffin wax and a unique plant based emulsifier.
Please note these figures are a recommendation and not instructions.

**Heating above 85°C for too long may cause the wax to discolour.

Our recommendation

Performance Soy Blend A27 is suitable for usage by candle makers of all levels of experience. Its durability and higher melting temperature means it suits market traders perfectly and its smooth surface plus its amazing scent throw also means your finished candles will stand out on any retail shelf. Performance Soy Blend A27 is great at holding higher fragrance loads and can blend with heavier, more potent oils.

Resources

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Glossary and detailed pouring notes

Fragrance Load (FL): This is the percentage of fragrance that can be added to the wax. Learn more here.

Fragrance Temperature: The recommended temperature you should heat the wax to before adding your fragrance. Exceeding this temperature can damage the fragrance.

Melt Point: The point at which the solid wax will melt, the lower the melt point the longer your candle will burn. This is also useful to know if you plan to transport or display your candles in a hot environment.

Pour Temperature: The recommended temperature for pouring your wax (and fragrance) into the candle jar.

If difficulties are experienced with your pour temperatures, try a lower or higher temperature in increments of 2°C.

Pour temperatures should be checked and confirmed according to seasonal changes.

Additional information

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2 reviews for Soy Wax
All Seasons A27

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    justinevallance

    Not great for aluminium pillar moulds as it doesn’t shrink at all! Nothing seems to compare to the defunct Ecosoya PB for soy pillars. However, this wax is awesome for summertime container candles and tea lights as it is slightly more robust to other container soy waxes I have used. Can’t seem to make any candles without frosting but scent throw and burn is very pleasing.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Having used Ecosoya PB to make my large (800g) pillar candles (using a silicon mould) for approx. 3 years, I was a bit skeptical about using anything else, however have to say the fragrance scent throw of this All Seasons wax is amazing compared to the Ecosoya PB. The All Seasons is slightly softer in finish than the Ecosoya PB, takes a lot longer to set and needs several pours to finish it off compared to 2 pours for the Ecosoya PB. So for fragranced candles I’d definitely recommend it over the Ecosoya PB, however I find the Ecosoya a lot more user friendly and a harder overall finish. I think I will be using a blend of the 2 waxes in future in order to get the best of both. If you are prepared to experiment a bit with temperature and how various fragrances effect the All Seasons and don’t mind a bit of a softer finish, then it is a fantastic wax to use for fragranced candles (beats the Ecosoya hands down in that regard). For non-fragranced candles, I will personally stick with the Ecosoya PB (especially the new re-launched version which seems to be even better than the old version). Overall All Seasons is a great wax, and beats the Ecosoya on price as well, however they both have advantages depending on what you’re wanting to achieve in the finished product. I will be buying and using both in future.

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