What is the flash point of candle wax?

What is the flash point of candle wax?

Does the Flash Point Temperature Degrade Fragrance Oil?

Item Flash Point Boiling Point
Fragrance Oil 115°F – 200°F+ (46°C – 93°C+) >200°F (>93°C)
Wax 392°F – 464°F (200°C – 240°C) 650°F – 720°F (343°C – 382°C)
Fragrance Oil + Wax 365°F – 438°F (185°C – 226°C) 605°F – 668°F (318°C – 353°C)

What is the flash point of soy wax?

Doing so may cause the fragrance to burn off, therefore changing the scent of the finished candle. So, instead we will add this scent to the wax at its flash point (155 degrees Fahrenheit).

What is the flashpoint of a fragrance oil?

The flashpoint of candle fragrance oil is the temperature at which point it becomes combustible if exposed to a spark or flame. The flashpoint is generally only important for those making gel candles and for determining shipping methods. Certain gel waxes require fragrance oils with a flashpoint of 170° or higher.

What temperature should soy wax be to add fragrance?

between 175-185° F.
You want to bring the wax to a higher temperature than just the melt point to ensure the wax molecules have fully expanded. That way each fragrance molecule will be fully encapsulated and trapped within the wax. Most fragrances should be added between 175-185° F.

What happens if you add too much fragrance to soy wax?

Every fragrance will affect your soy wax differently. You may find one particular scent causes your wax to set lumpy or ‘curdle’. If this happens drop the scent percentage back and try making another candle. Keep doing this until you strike a balance.

Do candles smell stronger as they cure?

Add fragrance oil at 185Fº and stir gently and thoroughly with the melted wax. This is the optimal temperature for the wax and fragrance to bind in order to provide the best scent throw. Let your candles cure before test burning them. The wider the diameter, the stronger the fragrance will be.

When should you pour soy wax?

In general a Soy container wax should be poured anywhere from 120 degrees F up to 140 degrees F. Pillar candles made with paraffin wax will get best results when poured in excess of 180 degrees F, most one pour waxes 150-160 degrees F and container candles made with other paraffin waxes would be 170-180 degrees F.

What happens if you put too much fragrance oil in a candle?

Adding too much fragrance oil can lead to impaired burning characteristics. Temperature at Which the Fragrance Was Added – Adding fragrance oil add too high of a temperature may cause it to dissipate, or burn off, in the melted wax.

What happens if you put too much scent in candle?

What happens if you put too much fragrance in candle?

Add too much fragrance: Using more fragrance oil does not always guarantee a stronger scent throw. Too much fragrance can also cause the wick to clog which will make your candle have a weak scent throw.

Why is my candle not smelling?

If you can no longer smell your candle, it does not mean the scent has disappeared; more than likely your brain had enough and switched off so you no longer notice the scent. After burning your candle for 2 hours, try stepping outside for about 15 minutes to clear your scent palate and come back in.