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This Tuesday 3rd November 2020 our Melbourne warehouse will be closed, as always you can shop on our site 24/7!

MELBOURNE WAREHOUSE AND SHOWROOM NOTICE

In light of the recent announcement in Victoria regarding trade restrictions, the click and collect option for paid orders from our Melbourne Warehouse will be available from Tuesday 6th October.
All orders must be pre paid and collected once a confirmation email is received as no payment will be accepted at the time of collection.
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We are committed to the health & safety of our customers and we thank you for your patience and understanding.

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HOW TO MAKE SOY WAX MELTS

 

Scroll down to see our step-by-step tutorial on how to make soy wax melts


MATERIALS


STEP 1: PREPARING THE WAX

Weigh out the appropriate amount of wax you need for your moulds. EROMA 6 cavity clamshell moulds require approximately 74 grams of wax and fragrance combined. For an 8% fragrance load, use 68 grams of wax per clamshell mould | 6 grams of fragrance oil.

These measurements can then be simply scaled up for larger quantities. For example, if you were to pour 5 clamshell moulds at once, you would melt 340 grams of wax | 30 grams of fragrance.

STEP 2: MELTING THE WAX AND ADDING COLOUR

Melt the wax to its recommended melt temperature as per the manufacturer's instructions. We recommend a double boiler setting to heat the wax. You can also add in your candle colour if desired. Click here for information on which colours to use and how much.

STEP 3: ADDING FRAGRANCE

Add your pre-measured fragrance oil (8% loading) to your melted wax and mix thoroughly.


STEP 4: POUR

Carefully pour the wax mixture into clamshell moulds. Be sure to leave around 5mm of gap at the top so that you can easily close the lid of the mould once the wax has set.

STEP 5: CURE

Allow to set in a cool, dark environment for at least 24 hours.

STEP 6: FINISHING OFF

Either leave the melts in the mould for storage and display (recommended) or you can carefully remove your melts from the mould and house them in new packaging.

Moulds can be cleaned with a paper towel and a small amount rubbing alcohol for future use!


Need Help? Get in touch!

If you have any questions or concerns when you are making your candles, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our friendly customer service team. You can use the 'live chat' function on our website, fill out a query form on our 'Contact us' page or book a call back from one of our friendly team.

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