All Seasons Wax A05 CocoSoy
With our A05 Superior CocoSoy, this particular wax was designed to achieve reliable results even in cooler climates – with superior container adhesion, resisting shrinkage and frosting. Our Superior CocoSoy A05 has a beautiful and natural creamy soy finish and is formulated to retain a smooth and even surface, the coconut wax component gives it a showroom look.
|Manufacturer: All Seasons Wax Company||Direct from factory: Yes||GMM Free: Yes|
|Fragrance Load: 8 – 10%||Fragrance Temp: 65-75°C||Pour Temp: 45°C – 65°C|
|Melt Point: 47.5°C||Form: Flakes||Uses: Container candles, tarts, melts|
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.
Superior CocoSoy A05 is the result of a 12 month laboratory trialling period where ASWC explored different waxes and hundreds of different blend ratios to achieve a container wax which has outstanding hot and cold scent throw and performs consistently in adverse conditions – as well as the 3 month, interactive testing period where ASWC distributed wax around the world to receive real life feedback.
The Superior CocoSoy A05 has/is:
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’.
Melt Point: Peak melting temperature 47.5°C
Contents: Made up primarily of natural soy bean and blended Coconut wax, the A05 also contains a natural, plant-based emulsifier which assists the candle setting smoothly.
Superior CocoSoy A05 is perfect for candle makers of all experience levels – it has an amazing creamy soy finish, fantastic wall adhesion resulting in an amazing finished candle. The Superior CocoSoy A05 is relatively easy to work with – and ready to go on any high-end retail shelf.
Glossary and detailed pouring notes
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.