Single Pour Wax – CBL 125

(3 customer reviews)

$2.75$703.75

This is a soft, smooth and creamy blended candle wax that is specially formulated for use in container candles. This is a one-pour wax. CBL-125 can display one pour behavior in smaller containers. This blend will exhibit very good burning characteristics and should help minimize the problematic “wet spots.” CBL-125 is a great substitute for J-50 and J-223.

 

Bulk Pricing – 51-pound case [W5002]

$105.75
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Single Pour Wax - CBL 125 – 1-pound block
$2.75
Single Pour Wax - CBL 125 – 10.2-pound slab
$24.25
Single Pour Wax - CBL 125 – 51-pound case
$105.75
Single Pour Wax - CBL 125 – 51-pound case w shipping included
$143.00
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Single Pour Wax - CBL 125 – 5 51-pound cases w shipping included
$703.75
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Description

Wax Blend Consistency: Soft
Fragrance Capacity: 6-8%
Candle’s Finish: Creamy, Smooth, & Opaque
Pouring Temp (°F): (150-160)°
Melting Point (°F): 131°

3 reviews for Single Pour Wax – CBL 125

  1. Roxane (verified owner)

    This is my favorite wax to use. Everything we test candles for gets top results for me with this wax.

    CT and HT are excellent, clean burning, temperature of candle vessel is perfect, excellent flame, and anything else you can think of.

    I used this wax exclusively from 2006-2010, but being from WI the shipping was/is high and I decided to use a local candle supplier. My supplier has discontinued my wax as of last year so I revisited CBL125 and I’m reminded why I like it so much.

    Candle makers shouldn’t be sold only on ‘soy’. It’s more about the fragrance oils being emitted into the air.

    If you want nice candles, try this wax with LX, HTP, or cotton wicks. FO at 7%. Pour at 150*

  2. Maggie Price (verified owner)

    I have a question. At what temperature should I add my fragrance oils and color to get the best scent throw?

    • William Binder

      With this wax and the jar preheated would recommend adding the fragrance at 145-155 F>

  3. Penny Cuminale

    What would be a good wick for 16oz 4″ wide containers with this wax?

    • William Binder

      Would recommend testing the ECO-14 or the ECO-16.

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