Candle Wax Dye Dyes 10g of candle wax dye chips dye Flakes For Paraffin /Soy wax for sale
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Hi all For sale. 10 gram packs of wax dye suitable for Paraffin wax,Soy wax and very good results in White Beeswax This pack will colour upto kg of wax For 20 gram and 50 gram packs at competitive prices please see my other listings In Various colours. Available NOW!! 32 differant colours to choose from. Available NOW!! 4 Amazing flourescent colours Green,Pink,Orange And Yellow. Available NOW!! New 10 gram WHITENER DYE PELLETS available only £2.89 free postage . L@@K Order items or more in one transaction for free upgrade to 1ST Class postage Please remember when purchasing more than item Please add your choices to your basket then check out. Many thanks. Inpex – Whitener Dye PelletsWhiten the Chandler Grey PROPillar, 280P, or Blended paraffin wax for an extra white extra clean lookingwhite candle. Available in multiples of 10gram packs. Mix at 0.5g to 1g of dyeper 100g of wax. Please Note Using the InpexWhitener candle dye may result in the need for larger wick than normal.Inpex Fluorescent Candle Wax DyeThe fluorescent candle dye may not glow in the dark but it is still very bright.Instructions for use as below. How To Use - Inpex Candle Wax DyeThe Inpex Deep candle making dye flakes are paraffin based. Just add to candle wax at ratio of 1g of dye to 100g for parafin .Each 1g of dye will colour 100g of wax, just drop the candle dye into your melted wax and stir well for few minutes. You can alter the amount of dye used to change the shade of the colour but if you use less than 1g of dye to 100g of wax the UV light inhibitors become less effective and the colour is likely to fade in strong lightThe dye in Inpex candle dye flakes have been laboratory tested for burning behaviour, light fastness, the effects of use in different wax compounds, and chemical reactions with fragrances.Stir well and test drop on cold, white saucer for the true colour it will be when cooled.Please note when used with soya wax it will result in pastel opaque coloured candle. This is just the nature of soya wax. Should you require more intense coloured candle then we suggest you either add greater percentage of dye to the soya wax or possibly using different wax (e.g. paraffin wax)
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