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    Golden Brands - GW 464 - Container Wax

    Golden Brands - GW 464 is a blended wax (98% Soy) that contains a soy-based additive (2%) that is all natural. This soy-based additive enables the soy to be poured at a hotter temperature reducing frosting and increasing FO load.

    This wax blends well with paraffin and has a lower melt point which helps with the burn and supports improved glass adhesion.

    Product Name Per kg Price Qty
    Golden Brands - GW 464 - 1kg $10.66
    $10.66
    Golden Brands - GW 464 - 5kg $7.84
    $39.20
    Golden Brands - GW 464 - 22.68kg $5.78
    $131.10

    Product Description

    Golden Brands - GW 464 has a smooth and creamy appearance

    Melt Point:    
    45 to 48 Deg C 
    Pour Temp:
      52 to 65 Deg C (can be poured up to 80 DegC)

    Fragrance Load 7% to 9%

    The above information is suggested and testing is a must.

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    Great but...Review by Alex
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    Very pleased that this wax has been a breeze to use but also very disappointed that it arrived in a box that had been banged around enough by postal workers that the very flimsy bad it was stored it was split open and the wax was spread throughout the box. I really would like to suggest that the company takes extra care and consideration with their packaging methods in future. (Posted on 13/07/2016)
    Great WaxReview by Rowena
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    This is such an easy soy wax to work with great for beginner to commercial use (Posted on 26/05/2016)

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    • From Hayley I at 19/05/2016 9:28 pm
      • What temperature is it suggested to add fragrance to this wax?
      • Hi Hayley. You can add the fragrance once the wax is close to your pouring temperature just make sure that you stir it in well we suggest 50 stirs to make sure fragrance is suspended throughout the wax. CS
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    • From Renate Halleen at 26/07/2016 12:34 pm
      • Can this be used in maxi tea lights and tins ?
      • Hi Renate,
        Yes, you can use the GW464 to make tealights and travel tins.
        regards
        Geoff
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    • From Sandra Fry at 4/10/2016 11:54 pm
      • hi there,
        Just wanting to know if anyone has had any problems with the wax adhering to the glass we have tried heating up the container before pouring and we have tried pouring at different temps but still looks like it only sticking to parts of the container i have no idea what else to do.
      • Hi Sandra,
        Information can be found on our website.

        Melt Point: 45 to 48 Deg C
        Pour Temp: 52 to 65 Deg C (can be poured up to 80 DegC)

        Fragrance Load: 7% to 9%

        The above information is suggested and testing is a must.
        Regards
        CS

        ps:
        Glass adhesion is very common in candle making. Please check that you are heating the wax, adding the fragrance oil and pouring into the jars at the correct temperature (depending on the wax that you are using). Keep in mind as well that ideally the ambient temperature while the candles are setting is approximately 24-25 degrees.
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