Teal Liquid Candle Dye
Liquid candle dyes are a great way for coloring wax and achieving different shades of a desired color. The benefits of using liquid candle dyes include:
- Cost Effective - One ounce will color approximately 125 lbs. of wax.
- Even Dispersion – Simply add the desired amount and stir lightly. Liquid candle dyes are less prone to leaving dye particles in wax from not fully dissolving.
- Usage Control - Our liquid candle dyes come in an amber glass bottle with a liquid dropper for ease of use. The recommended use is 7 drops per lb. of wax for a medium shade, using less for lighter shades and more for deeper colors.
- Customization – Liquid candle dyes can be blended with other colors to create unique, custom colors.
- Versatility – Our liquid candle dyes can be used in paraffin, soy, and gel wax.
As with all candle making projects, we always recommend testing to achieve desired results.
Note: The shades shown in the picture are approximate and can vary with amount of dye and type of wax used. Other factors that can impact color when making candles include wax opacity, use of additives such as stearic acid, and fragrance.
Due to the wax consistencies, it is common for paraffin waxes to produce vibrant colors and soy waxes to produce pastel colors.
Liquid candle dyes may have a slight smell in the bottle that is not noticeable in finished candles. Colors do not separate in storage, but minimal shaking is recommended prior to use.
I love this Color
Posted by Randy Young on 20th Dec 2015
The eye dropper makes it so easy to get this in the exact shade your looking for.. the color POPS!
I blend my dyes at 185. and i have never had any problem with any of the Flaming Candle Dyes.. the blend fast and smooth . teal is one of my favorite colors to mix with! I use this lots!
I almost feel spoiled since i found these dyes! lol saves me so much time
Amazing teal shade!
Posted by stephanie on 31st May 2015
so beautiful in wax form. Love it.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Apr 2015
If you are looking for consistency in color the eye dropper with this makes measuring a breeze. What we found however, is the color is super close to the green. WIth a little playing around you can get the same color with green and a drop or two of blue. We have to space the green and teal candles far apart when selling so that they are not confused. The color is nice, it just may be more cost affective to buy straight blue and Green in a larger format and combine as opposed to using this. It is still a nice color though.