Bayberry Dye Chips
Our dye chips are packed in foil bags that virtually eliminate color from bleeding through the bag and staining other surfaces.
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 2015-09-14 Kelly
After reading these reviews I added 3 chips to 1 1/2 lbs GW464 Soy after it was +185 degrees. The color I got was indeed chartreuse with an orange rim. Pretty bummed that I wasted all this wax and scent on something I didn't want. I was trying to make Christmas candles so the color is all wrong. I hope CandleScience reads these reviews and changes his product out.
Submitted on 2014-03-18 jessica
I used 2/3 of a chip in 9oz of soy, it set up with peach tones separated around the edges and over 24 hours turned a weird zombie skin color. As it burns it returns to a nice green color. Very strange, I will try 2 chips next time to see what difference it might make.
Submitted on 2014-03-12 Roxie L.
We've had success with this color in the past, but now it comes out looking great, but then changes to a brownish/peach color- is anyone else having this problem? We're trying to figure out if it's the dye or the temp of the wax or the room. There are so many variants... just wondering if anyone has come across the same thing and has any suggestions to keep them nice and green?
Submitted on 2013-09-26 Jenn
I was thrilled with the color, but it definitely wasn't bayberry! It was more of a Chartreuse/Green Pear (close to RGB 209, 226, 49 or hex triplet #D1E231) in color with 2 chips in a pound of GB 464. I happen to love the color and it is great for my Apple Harvest scent. Only giving it 3 stars because it isn't true to its name, but would give it 5 if it would not be misleading.
Submitted on 2012-12-08 a.c
I used two chips in 1.5 lbs of 464 and it turned lime green. Very nice color, just not what I was hoping for with a bayberry scented candle.
Submitted on 2009-10-09 Maryann Lang
I used 2 bayberry dye chips in 1 lb 5 oz of soy 464 wax hoping I would get a deeper Bayberry shade -- the color is closer to pea soup than traditional Bayberry -- today I used 1 Hunter Green dye chip in the same amount and brand of soy wax and I think Hunter Green color is much closer to a Bayberry color, 1 chip is light and muted like Bayberry, I wonder if 2 chips would be closer to a traditional Hunter?