Autumn Orange Dye Chips
Our dye chips are packed in foil bags that virtually eliminate color from bleeding through the bag and staining other surfaces.
Made in the USADirections:
The candle in the picture was made with 1 dye chip in a pound of IGI 4794 paraffin wax. For soy, parasoy, or other natural waxes you may need to use 2 or more chips to achieve a similar color.
Add dye chips to wax at 185 degrees or higher to ensure they'll dissolve completely.
Submitted On 2014-08-18 Georgann Thompson
I had 2 lbs. of Pumpkin scented wax, colored Autumn Orange, poured up into five containers. When the wax cured, my pumpkin scented candles were pink! It was a pretty pink, but not for pumpkin scented candles. I had to dig out wax, melt it down, clean wicks, jars, etc. and try to redeem my product. I added some red. I didn't have any yellow dye chips, so my product is basically red. I had to rename my product Autumn Spice Instead of Pumpkin Spice. Maybe they will sell, but I can't replicate them for bulk sales. . . . and the color Autumn Orange looked so pretty on the screen. Can anyone recommend a fall orange dye chip from ANYWHERE that is actually the color it is supposed to be?
Submitted On 2013-09-04 Anne
used 1 chip for 1 lb of GB 464 and got a coral pink color for my pumpkin candles....UGH! Do not get these chips with the expectation that you will achieve an Autumn Orange color
Submitted On 2013-09-03 Sloane
Disappointed in this color chip! I was lucky enough to be using it with a floral fragrance so was able to correct the mis-color. I used (1) chip per pound of Ecosoya Advanced. Not sure if (2) would have made a difference or not. I noticed that the colors of many of the other dye chips are hit or miss, as well, but they are easy to use, so I will take the chance!
Submitted On 2013-08-27 Rebecca
I put 5 chips in 3 lbs of GB 464 wax and came out with salmon pink! I'm so disappointed because I can't sell these candles and I'm just starting out so I'm losing money. It's pink with a small tint of orange. Next time, I'll try adding a couple yellow chips to see if the orange comes out more.
Submitted On 2011-10-12 Alison Bostock
I used 1 dye chip per lb of wax. I wanted a nice rice colour for my Pumpkin Spice fragrance. The colour was very light almost a cross between a salmon pink and orange. I will try using 2 dye chips per lb of wax and hope this comes out better.
Submitted On 2009-08-06 Charles Grantland
A very soft orange for the autumn season. I used two chips per pound in Ecosoya PB.