ESA Supplies Candle Making Molds, Set of 3
Last updated date: November 29, 2019
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1. The surface can be porous due to low pouring temperature (below 140 °F degrees), or because of the poor wax quality. Make sure to follow the recommended wax temperature before pouring. 2. The gloss on the surface may not be formed because of the higher pouring temperature than the recommended one. The higher the casting temperature, the glossier the surface of the finished candle is. Do not exceed the fill in temperatures of over 167 °F degrees as this may cause leakage of the candle mass and difficulty in pulling out the candle from the mold. 3. It is normal if a well is formed after the product is finished. Candle mass expands when heated and decreases during solidification, so after its melting and gradual cooling, there is a well that is formed in the center of the candle. 4. The candle is removed from the mold with difficulty sometimes. It happens if the wax is heated to high temperatures, when there is an increase in the grip. The higher the temperature, the more cohesion is created and therefore it is more difficult to get the finished candle out of the mold. To avoid difficulties in removing, the mold needs to be lubricated before pouring and the temperature should not exceed 167 °F degrees.