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Golden Brands GW 464 Soy Wax Flakes

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  • Product Description

    Golden Brands GW 464 Soy Wax Flakes

    Golden Brands GW 464 is a natural soy wax containing a soy based additive to reduce frosting and increase fragrance load. GW 464 is designed for use in container candles and blends well with other waxes, such as paraffin, slack, and microcrystalline wax. It is not recommended to blend GW 464 with beeswax. The lower melt point of this wax enables it to have improved jar adhesion and helps prevent wet spots. A heat gun may be necessary to smooth out tops on finished candles.

    Melt Point: 115 - 120°

    Suggested Pouring Temperature: 130 - 145°

    Advantages of using GW 464:

    • Typically requires only a single pour
    • Contains a soy based additive allowing for to reduce frosting and improved scent throw
    • High fragrance load - 8% to 10% fragrance loads are possible
    • Smooth and creamy look
    • Comes in flake form
    • No additives required

    Basic Guidelines:

    • Melt point: 115° to 120°
    • Heat wax to around 185°
    • Add dye if desired and mix thoroughly
    • Add candle fragrance if desired and mix thoroughly
    • Pouring temperatures should typically be around 130° to 145°, though experimentation is recommended to determine optimal pouring temperature
    • Allow candles to cool as slow as possible to achieve good jar adhesion and create a smooth finish
    • Wait at least 24 hours before burning
    • Wick testing is recommended to achieve optimal burning characteristics and will vary with different combinations of wax, fragrance, dye, and container size

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    1. perfect for me 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 29th Sep 2018

      This wax is amazing at least works for me every time ,sometime act really weird if the fragrance don't like the wax the other way around but just been 2 0r 3 time, just reheated and done.

    2. Fantastic wax 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 16th Sep 2018

      Wonderful smooth creamy top. No wetting and fabulous adhersion in the jar. Makes a fantastic candle.

    3. great wax 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 24th Aug 2018

      great wax

    4. Smooth 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 9th Apr 2018

      I've only been pouring in tins, but the tops have been very smooth.

    5. Love 464! 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 31st Mar 2018

      This wax is the best. Awesome hot throw, smooth and beautiful!

    6. GB 464 is the he best wax 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 22nd Feb 2018

      I have USD for 4 years now love it..I use vybar 260 1/2 teaspoon per pound load fragrance 2 oz per pound wax tarts people can't get enough

    7. Testing Wax 3 Star Review

      Posted by on 19th Feb 2018

      I purchase 464 soywax however I wasn't to impress with wax it had a lot of Frosting and the throw scent was very weak. I will be trying the 444 next, hopefully I have a better experience.

    8. Love this wax 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 19th Feb 2018

      I have tried several types of soy wax and find that this brand leaves my candles with a smooth top and little to no frosting on my glass jars.

    9. *Update* 4 Star Review

      Posted by on 23rd Jan 2018

      After further testing and changing the method to heating to 185, adding fragrance, pouring at 145 into heated (150) containers - frosting was almost 0 and surface was another. The reason for missing the one star is that the tops were not perfectly smooth. they were a drastic improvement from my previous review however. I compared both c3 and 464 using dye and chips. Both waxes responded the same.

    10. Not terribly impressed 3 Star Review

      Posted by on 15th Jan 2018

      I used a 10 lbs bag to make a vaiety of different container candles. I used 10 different fo' s (we were also experimenting with scents) and made candles with and without dye chips. Most had frosting, even when poured at 110 to 115 degrees into warm containers. Only a few had smooth tops and most looked grainy. Wax was heated to 185 scent added then cooled to pouring temp. Everything had frosting to some degree. All in all the was gave very inconsistent results. I do like the flake form and color was exactly as expected. Scent throws were both pretty good. I'm going to try c3 next to compare results. Also 16 oz of wax plus 1 dye chip plus 1 oz fo is roughly 18 fluid oz.

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