Rapeseed Coconut Wax Melt 4430

Product code: 4430
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4430 Rapeseed Melt Blend is the granulated version of 4119 Rapeseed Melt Blend – slab.
Both are specially formulated blends of rapeseed and coconut for wax melts and tea lights. Can be used for small pillar candles.
This wax is not derived from Genetically Modified crops, it contains no soy or palm derived materials, contains no other additives and is vegan friendly as well as Halal and Kosher certified.
It is not suited for large pillar candles, or container candles.

This ready-to-use blend provides an excellent mould release for wax melts and small pillar candle and has a bright white colour that achieves great colour retention.
Like our other Rapeseed waxes and melts, 4430 has excellent sustainability credentials and is vegetarian and vegan friendly.
This blend contains rapeseed sourced from existing agricultural land in the UK and EU, and coconut sourced from small holders in Asia.
In this blend you will not find soy (GM free), palm (no deforestation), or beeswax (vegan friendly).
This completely natural, renewable, and sustainable wax melt blend is pesticide free and includes no additives or dyes.
It comes in granules format and can be stored at room temperature.

The performance of this blend is excellent in terms of cold & hot fragrance throw, enabling a 12-15% fragrance load.

When using dye, melt to 75°c to fully dissolve dye, without dye, 65°c is sufficient. Avoid scorching or sustained temperature above 90°c.
Fragrance should be added at 60-65°c and stirred well. Fragrance compatibility should be tested as some may separate out when cooled.
The higher the fragrance load, the greater likelihood of fragrance leaching, so testing is recommended. Good results have been achieved at 8% fragrance load.
This wax is quite versatile with regard to pouring, with good results are achievable pouring between 45-60°c in an ambient room. then allow to cool slowly and cure for 24 hours.

Minimum order: 1 box – 25 kg


Fragrance load
8% recommended, higher might be possible subject to testing
Melting temperature
65°C to 75°C
Pouring temperature
45°C to 65°C

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