Posts Tagged ‘soy’
As the popularity of candles as a whole continues to soar, the demand for candle making material also continues to rise perennially. From among the various constituent elements that are required form, needless to say, candle making wax holds center stage as it is the primary ingredient. While candles in the yesteryears were made from tallow, which was essentially animal fat – something relatively easily available in those days, these candles also had distinct disadvantages in terms of a distinct foul smell as well as emission of heavy smoke.
Knowing the Different Kinds of Candle Making Wax is a good beginning. Click here to see the rest of the article. Soy candles are also an object of discussion.
One of the ladies who purchased my soy candle books, recently emailed me – she had followed my instructions on making soy candle melts, and really loved them, but she had a question…. ” I have made some really wonderful soy candle melts, what is the best way to burn them? Should I use an electric candle wax melter or a candle warmer?”
Do you want to use a traditional candle warmer with candles lit underneath them, or would you like to use an electric candle warmer? Read the rest of this entry »
Ping blog This is to test a new ping submission for my soy candle website articles. If we see new results, will post further information.
Sorry I have been out of touch recently, have to move, and looking for a new spot to keep on working on the soy candle making business venture. Will keep you posted.