Beeswax is a harder wax and burns hotter too, therefore it should not be used in a container. I also recommend to my customers NOT to use my pillar beeswax candles in hurricane glass containers. They either will poop out (drown the wick) half way down, which totally wastes good wax, or they will break the glass. The only luck I've had with beeswax in containers is for votives. You have to use a container for votives. HOWEVER, good luck trying to find a votive that the glass is strong enough not to crack. I usually break most glass votive holders after burning only a couple of votives. Lately, I've been using the votive holders from Pier 1 that seem to be okay for beeswax. Also, Anchor Hocking (sp?) the glass people right here in the USA makes strong glass for votives.
If you really want to use beeswax in containers, mix it with a container soy wax. Then it wouldn't be a pure beeswax candle. Sorry I don't have a recipe, you'd have to experiment with it. I have added 2 oz. of beeswax to 1lb of soy pillar wax...it makes a nice pillar candle...smooth and shiny.
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