Candle gel, paraffin and soywax: Candlemaking made easy for everyone
HowToMakeCandles.Info - Everything you'll ever need to know about candlemaking and pillar, container, votive, hurricane and other candles!
convert:  ░C  < >   ░F
Version franšaise:   English version:
Welcome! You already have an account? log in, or sign up discussion board 
your preferences board index > Paraffin wax candles Absorbing of the melted stearic acid into the wick
Just arrived...

country:   Indonesia
posts: 2
Absorbing of the melted stearic acid into the wick
hi there, my main problem here is the liquid stearic acid absorbed by the wick from below, because i am making the candle upside down, the head of candle below and the bottom of the candle is upside. i think the main problem of the mixture is the freezing point of the liquid too low, do u know anything that can raise the freezing point of the mixture, so that the liquid is frozen before the wick absorb the stearic acid liquid. sorry for my bad english,
Last updated by stevenphen on tuesday 09 november 2010 at 07:15, edited 2 time(s) in total.
Who is online?
1 guest
The contents of this website are protected by copyright laws. Copyright 2001-2020 by All rights reserved, see the page Legal information for details.

To contact us about this website, click here.

For any candlemaking-related question, please use our Discussion board.
Subscribe to our newsletter!
Total visits:

 Add to your Favorites
Legal information