All Seasons Wax S100 Pure Soy
The S100 Pure Soy Wax is slightly different to the other soy wax blends that are on offer. This wax is not blended with any other elements besides soy, containing no other wax hardeners and no percentage of other waxes. This variety is as advertised; pure, premium and natural soy wax. All Seasons Wax has achieved a workable wax with just the soy compound is by hydrogenating soya oil to create wax.
|Manufacturer: All Seasons Wax Company||Direct from factory: Yes||GMM Free: Yes|
|Fragrance Load: 6% – 8%||Fragrance Temp: 62-72°C||Pour Temp: 45°C – 55°C|
|Melt Point: 52°C||Form: Flakes||Uses: Tarts, melts, container candles|
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.
By hydrogenating a by-product of the soy harvesting process, we’re able to use this thicker and tougher compound to harden and stabilise the natural soy wax resulting in a 100% natural product that performs consistently like any great wax should. This very scientific and carefully measured process leaves us with what we believe is the best pure soy wax available on the market.
Pure Soy S100:
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 52°C
**Heating above 85°C for too long may cause the wax to discolour.
Being made entirely from soy, this 100% natural product can be more temperamental than our other blended waxes, we recommended trialling of this wax to ensure you’re able to harness the beautiful potential of pure, natural soy. We suggest you take extra care preparing the pouring conditions of your candles and to always run a test in those conditions before mass producing any of your candle ranges.
We recommend Pure Soy S100 for experienced and patient candle makers. It can be challenging to master as it is produced without any other compounds.
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.