Posted on March 26, 2020October 21, 2020 by Customer Service — 11 CommentsCandle Making Test Sheet There are a variety of candle making supplies and techniques available to you to create the perfect (or not-so-perfect) candle. Remember every detail of what you used to make each and every candle with our candle making test sheet. Our test sheet includes fields for every aspect of candle making, including, but not limited to: Type of candle Name and size of container Wax type Fragrance name, amount used and temperature poured Dye type, color and amount used Wick name, core, size Number of pours Cooling time DOWNLOAD CANDLE MAKING TEST SHEET Post navigationPrevious post: Tri-Color Candle JarsNext post: Holidays are for Luminaries 11 thoughts on “Candle Making Test Sheet” GLORIA M Grant December 30, 2020 Hi Thinking about starting a candle business(Selling Candles). I will need all the advice available. Reply William Binder January 4, 2021 Please email us at email@example.com and we can send you the best links to start any type of candle company Reply ventilate January 5, 2021 Hmm is anyone else having pгoblems with the pictures on tһis blog loading? I’m trying to figure out if its a problem on my end or if it’s tһе bⅼog. Any feeɗ-back would bｅ greatly appreciated. Reply William Binder January 6, 2021 Can you please advise what type of issue you are having. Reply Madeline January 26, 2021 Which wick works best with the C-6 coconut wax Reply William Binder January 27, 2021 We like either the ECO wicks are the RRD. Reply Jennifer Burney February 3, 2021 Hello, I need assistance on the proper wick for a 2×4 pillar beeswax candle and a glass 4 oz and 9 oz beeswax candle. Thank you Reply William Binder February 3, 2021 For the 2″ would recommend testing the #1 or the #2. Will depend on how filtered the beeswax is. If you let us know the diameter of those jars we can certainly recommend a wick to use. Reply athena April 8, 2021 I am blending my candles with soy-125 and cbl-125. I use 70% soy and 30% Cbl-125. I use no more than 8% fragrance oil and I put the FO at 160 and pour at 145. I am having alot of frosting when it is cured. Can you let me know what I can do to lessen the frosting? Reply Kristina April 8, 2021 Hola I Thinking starting a candle business(And other product with oil scent ). I will need all the advice available and if possible Spanish classes I appreciate this, Reply aeng5984 May 3, 2021 Thinking about starting my own small candle business , all the information is great an helpful.. Thanks Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.