IGI 4627 Comfort Blend is a
reduced pour container blend. IGI 4627
displays excellent hot and cold scent throw with most fragrances. This is one
of the more translucent reduced pour waxes available. It is easy to achieve
bright, vibrant colors in this wax with very little effort.
the ultra soft texture of this wax, it is not possible to be slabbed like most
paraffin wax blends are. This wax will come in a 25# block in a bag or a 50#
case with two 25# blocks inside. IGI 4627 is very easy to cut as it is
4627 is ONLY for use in making container candles
Fragrance Load: 6-8% is considered optimal but 10% is possible
Dye: Liquid, Chip, Block,
Flake & Powder Dye can all be used in this wax
Wick Suggestions: Zinc core, ECO
Wax Type: IGI 4627 is a blended paraffin wax.
Additive Suggestion: IGI 4627 has the optimal blend of additives already in the wax. You may want to however add UV Color Stabilizer to prevent fading and chemical color change.
Instructions for use:
Heat wax to 185°-195°. Once wax reaches desired temp, add your dye,
blend well then add fragrance and again blend well. This wax should be poured
between 175°-185° into heated containers and cooled as slow as possible for
optimal adhesion to glass and a smoother finished candle top.
*For jelly and mason jars or other jars that are taller than they are wide, we
recommend pouring the wax at about 190° into heated containers and cooling as
slow as possible. The increased pour temp will allow for more even cooling and
less sink holes.
A MSDS for this product is available in a printable format here
*We can only offer recommendations as to what wax will perhaps
work best for you but we cannot guarantee any certain wax to work best in any application
because of the many variables involved. The only way to determine the
appropriate wax selection is by experimentation. Test burning will be necessary
to determine the best wax for your candles!
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