We use this brown dye paired with CS's black liquid candle dye. To achieve a rich, deep, dark brown we use 2 drops of brown and 2 drops of black per lb of IGI 6006 wax. Our Library, Incense, & Winterfall candles are a medium shade of brown achieved by the above formula. In my experience, this is the only way to get a true brown color in our candles. Other candlemakers might have another solution; however, this is how we achieve the browns we use in out candles.
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Usage: 1oz colors 100 lbs soy or 200 lbs paraffin to a medium shade. 4oz colors 400 lbs soy or 800 lbs paraffin to a medium shade. Fragrance Oil Recommendations: Apples and Maple Bourbon, Banana Nut Bread, Caramelized Pralines, Chocolate Fudge, Coconut, Frankincense and Myrrh, Fresh Coffee, Hazelnut Coffee, Mediterranean Fig, Pumpkin Pie Deep, rich colors are difficult in soy. They require 2-3 times the dye that paraffin requires, sometimes more. Note that standard dye amounts create a washed-out, pastel color in soy. We suggest making a test swatch to figure out the dye amount you will need to get the color you'd like. Due to the extreme concentration of our liquid dyes there is a noticeable odor that will not be detectable at normal usages in finished candles.
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Bought for the intent of making brown candles but the red tones are so strong it came out like a terra-cotta clay color instead. Disappointed.
I bought this brown to use in my coffee candles. However it can't be used as such because there is far too much red in it. I even added 14 drops into 1 lb of wax hoping for a dark brown color. It never happened. I'll use it for my horse molds but it can't be used for it's original purpose. Totally disappointed 😔
I found this brown to be a little too red. I used the recommended amount on paraffin wax and it had a more cinnamon red apply kind of color.
this dye looks great in color but smells like diesel fuel not sure whats up with that
Hi! All of our liquid dyes are super concentrated colorants so they will have a strong out of the bottle smell. As long as you do not overload your wax with dye, this smell will not come through your finished candle. It is an out of bottle smell only caused by the concentration.
The only company I buy my liquid dyes from. Some don't realize that in soy type of wax you will need to add more to get a true color. In paraffin you use less. These are great true color dyes.
this brown is the best I have tried. I have 2 others that I ordered from other companies that are far too red, like a cherry cola, this one is a true brown. Lesson learned.
Great concentration, but not the color brown I was hoping for. It's far too red
Love these drops, and actually all the ones I've used from CandleScience. My only complaint it that I've never had a bottle that didn't leak, and didn't get on my hands when I've used it. Good quality dye, however, I'll keep using it.
Playful wonderful brown hue. Go very dark with several drops, we use up to 17 for just over 1 lb. of EcoSoy. Add a drop of yellow or orange to spice FOs. A few drops of red or magenta makes a rockin' cinnamon. Versatile!
I bought Amerretto Nog and Hansel's and Gretel's house for holiday scents and I used 1 drop for 2 Ibs of wax for a light brown and 2 drops for 1 Ib to make a dark brown. Very good colors for the both.