Burgundy Dye Chips

Burgundy Dye Chips

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Our dye chips are packed in foil bags that virtually eliminate color from bleeding through the bag and staining other surfaces.

Fragrance Oil Recommendations: Black Cherry, Cranberry Marmalade, Mediterranean Fig, Mulberry

Made in the USA
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.


Usage Candles Only

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Not actually the color Burgundy
Submitted On 2014-11-06

I used 2 chips to 1 lb of soy wax and it turned out purple! What a waste to my cranberry marmalade candles. The color would be pretty if it was meant for something purple, but I was very disappointed. I wish I had read the reviews first.

Burgundy Equals Purple Plum
Submitted On 2014-08-18

The color you get from Burgundy is a pretty Purple Plum -- not Burgundy at all. It happened to work for the Pomegranate Spice I used it with, but I had to change the name to Plum Crazy. Looked like a pretty burgundy on the screen, but you will definitely get Purple Plum if you use it!

Burgundy Dye chips
Submitted On 2011-08-17

the burgundy dye chips alone will not make the color in soy wax. We have found that 2 chips plus a brown chip makes a good burgundy color

Not quite a burgundy color result
Submitted On 2010-05-14

I think if I would have added the red chip along with the 2 burgundy chips and half a black chip like Lorie suggested, I would have gotten a burgundy color. Instead, I used 2 burgundy chips, 1/2 black chip to 1lb. of the 464 soy wax and the results were like a mauve color. I will try again and give my results.

Too Light
Submitted On 2010-04-02

To make a true burgundy, I used 2 Burgundy Dye Chips, 1 Red and 1/2 Black to 1 lb. of 464. Turned out very nice!

Good Color
Submitted On 2010-02-23

I use the chips in J225 one chip per pound and come out with a very good color that is the same time after time.

Disappointed in color
Submitted On 2009-10-20

Used 6 chips in a batch for 3 16oz candles and ended up with a purple color, no red in the dye at all. Was looking for a deep burgundy. Tried in another batch with the same results.

a bit disapointed
Submitted On 2009-04-23

Used 1 chip in GB464 for more pastel burgundy...came out more twords the purple dye chip. No red tones. Tried more chips with added black, still more purple.