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  1. #1
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    Default new to dipping candles...first ones out of the tank

    Not the best, but they are ok...i think


  2. #2
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    Default Re: new to dipping candles...first ones out of the tank

    They look really nice from what I can see. Good Job!

  3. #3
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    Default Re: new to dipping candles...first ones out of the tank

    Honeyshack, they look great in the photo. Are they pure beeswax with color added?

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    Default Re: new to dipping candles...first ones out of the tank

    Photo is a bit small but they look good from here.

  5. #5
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    Default Re: new to dipping candles...first ones out of the tank

    Berk, the candles are pure beexwax with dye chips added

  6. #6
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    Default Re: new to dipping candles...first ones out of the tank

    Your candles are just beautiful. They look to have a metallic look to them. Very nice. In an attempt to save on my dyed wax, I did the final dip or two in the colored wax using candles that I had previously poured. They were only tinted on the outside. They turned out nicely also.

    How did you get your wax so white?

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