Tired of frosting and wax melts that pull away from the shell? Unsure how long is long-enough to cure your wax melts? Here we will go through our most popular melt waxes and show you our tried and tested recommendations for melting and pouring temperatures, cure times, and recommended fragrance ratios. Continue reading to find out more!

rcx melt blend

• Recommended Melting Temperature: 60ºC

• Recommended Pouring Temperature: 45-50ºC

• Recommended FO ratio: 8-10%

• Recommended EO ratio: 8%

• Recommended Concentrated Oil Ratio: 5%

• Cure time: 48-hours

Kerasoy Pillar wax

• Recommended Melting Temperature: 70ºC

• Recommended Pouring Temperature: 65ºC

• Recommended FO Content: 10%

• Recommended EO Content: 8%

• Recommended Concentrated Oil Ratio: 5%

• Cure Time: 48-hours

Ecosoya Melt blend

• Recommended Melting Temperature: 60ºC

• Recommended Pouring Temperature: 55ºC

• Recommended FO ratio: 10%

• Recommended EO ratio: 8%

• Recommended Concentrated Oil Ratio: 5%

• Cure time: 48-hours

hpm

• Recommended Melting Temperature: 70ºC

• Recommended Pouring Temperature: 65ºC

• Recommended FO ratio: 10%

• Recommended EO ratio: 8%

• Recommended Concentrated Oil Ratio: 5%

• Cure time:  48-hours

CS Blended pillar wax

• Recommended Melting Temperature: 70ºC

• Recommended Pouring Temperature: 65ºC

• Recommended FO ratio: 10%

• Recommended EO ratio: 8%

• Recommended Concentrated Oil Ratio: 5%

• Cure time: 48-hours

Please note:

Testing:

Please ensure you conduct your own testing to ensure you are satisfied with the finished product as the above information only provides you with a starting point for your testing.

CLP:

Your CLP label must be present at the point of purchase, meaning that if you sell online, the CLP information must be present on the product page. You are required by law to label your products and packaging. Our CLP label design tool is freely available to create your labels for all your products.

Generic Warning Labels: You may be able to use a generic warning label if the used oil doesn`t trigger any hazard warnings under CLP regulation. You can confirm this by referring to our free CLP label design tool to ensure you remain legally compliant, as the generic warning label doesn`t display any hazard-relating information.