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Hunter Green Liquid Candle Dye
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Our Hunter Green Liquid Candle Dye for candle wax produces a color ranging from green jade to a deep hunter green depending on the type of wax and amount of dye used. In soy wax, our hunter green candle dye generally produces light to medium shades; whereas paraffin wax can range from pastel to deep shades. We encourage you to experiment.

Use: 3 drops/lb (454 g) for a lighter shade or 6 drops/lb (454 g) for a darker shade

Note: Use instructions differ between colors. 

Our Clean Scents Certified liquid candle dyes are formulated without phthalates and give candle makers confidence in the products they make. Just like CandleScience Clean Scents™, these dyes go above and beyond Prop 65 requirements by excluding a wide range of ingredients known to be harmful to human health, which means these candle dyes are formulated without carcinogens, mutagens, reproductive toxins, organ toxins, and acute toxins. They’re also vegan friendly.

Fragrance Oil Recommendations:  Christmas Hearth, Fraser Fir, Hibiscus Palm, Mistletoe, Peppermint and Eucalyptus, Fresh Cut Grass

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Made in the USA

Properties

Application
Candles and Wax Melts Only
Prop 65 Warning
No

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Love the Color!!!

I love the color!! Only problem I have at the moment is that the doppler keeps spilling, not sure how... I don't have it tipping or side ways, it's even on top of the doppler when I grab the jar, but other than that, amazing pigmentation for 464 soy wax! Will continue to purchase for my Christmas candles and more.

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CandleScience responded: 2023-11-03

Hi there, thanks so much for sharing your experience with us. A member of our Support team has reached out to you via email to help!

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Nice dark green

I am using 464 soy and was able to pull off a really pretty dark, DARK green, there is also almost a blue tint that comes through. Definitely does not give you a lighter color if that's what you are going for.