Gelwax is a see-through jelly.
How to Use Gelwax
Melt in a pot or saucepan on an electric stove. Add a candle dye of your choice to the melting gelwax and stir gently. Add a fragrance oil of your choice. Do not exceed the recommended dosage level of 7% otherwise the gel will go cloudly. Pour the melted gelwax into a glass container. Please note that this product cannot be moulded.
Which Wick to Use
Use Wick for Gelwax in this wax.
Gelwax has quite a high melting point so take care not to splash any of the melted liquid on yourself.
|Dimensions||27 × 19.5 × 5 cm|
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