2-in-1 Advanced Coconut Container/Wax Melt Blend per 45 lb. case

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Advanced Coconut Container/Wax Melt Blend is a 2 in 1 Natural wax that you can use for both your container candles and wax melts! It holds up to 15% fragrance oil without sweating and has a super-strong cold and hot scent throw!! We wanted to call this Power Scent wax but thought that might be a bit over the top. 

Advanced Coconut Container/Wax Melt blend is in pastille form which makes it easy to measure and melt down for faster production This blend does bloom after burning as this is a plant based product and is very slow-burning. The ingredients are soy, palm and coconut so Advanced Coconut Container/Wax Melt blend is vegan friendly. We found the candles to be stronger after a week of cure time due to the plant waxes used in the blend. 

* Vegan
* Has a superior scent throw (both cold and hot) 
* It burns longer and cleaner 
* Rough tops even after burn
* Holds up to 15% fragrance oil (we recommend 10% for candles 15% for wax melts) 
Type: Soy/Palm/Coconut Plant Hybrid Blend 
Meltpoint: 125 °F
Primary Use: Wax Melts, Container candles 
Packaging: 10 lb. bags - 45 lb. per case 
Scent Recommendation: 10% for candles, 15% wax melts
Wick Suggestion: Heinz coreless, Papercore, UltraCore
Pouring Temperature: 140-160 °F, where we had best results, temperature will vary.

Instructions for Use: Heat wax to 180 °F. Add scent and color and pour between 140-180 °F if pouring a candle. Pour 160 °F if pouring a wax melt. Pouring temperatures vary.

Additional Information

Soy/Palm/Coconut Blend

Ratings & Reviews

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by Afiya - | 8/17/2021 2:55 am

The wax has great scent throw only issue in containers it tends to curd have to constantly use heat gun to get a smooth top and when it burns its ok but after it cool the curd it makes the candle look gross also it frost a bit too much may sound like slot of cons but not really just those issues other than that it's find great hot and cold throw takes most color well

Pour at 120 to 115 degrees for smoothness.

by Sally - | 11/21/2021 7:41 pm

I am in love with this wax. At first I wasn’t happy with this product. To much mushrooming. Then I let it cool to 115 to 120 degrees Fahrenheit before pouring. It worked perfect. Smooth tops. Both jar and melt. There is slight jar side abnormalities but all acceptable. And I’m a picky person. It takes color better than just soy wax.

Natural blend with a punch

by Lisa - | 2/11/2024 7:57 am

Love this wax for melts. Never would go up to 15% oil, even at 10% it can be a little on the soft side. Yes you can use something to harden it up and there may be some rough tops if poured to hot.....but most melts will fill a room easily.