If there's anything I can't stress enough...it's to buy all candle dye from a trustworthy candle supply company, such as Candle Science! If what you're doing is hobby, then I suppose Amazon and craft shops are just fine. But, if you're running a business, then this is the better route! I don't dye my products too often, but I have a private order for wedding wax melts, and teal happens to be one of their wedding colors, and i tested it out, and it's a beautiful teal color! But, most importantly, there is NO smell from this! When I began making candles and wax melts, I bought all of my dye on amazon, but noticed my wax melts began having an odor to them after they were on the shelf for some time. I did a little research, and discovered that certain dyes can actually transmit a scent to the product, especially if you're using a lot to obtain a particular color. This isn't a big deal if you are making a product with NO scent, but you definitely don't want a plastic smell in your scented wax melts or candles! The prices here are actually cheap so i'm urging you...if you want or need to dye...just buy it here...
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Candle dye blocks produce vibrant colors in both soy and paraffin waxes, and are an easy way to add a unique touch to your candles, melts, and tarts. Break them in half or cut into smaller pieces for lighter shades. You can also experiment with adding single dye blocks to different amounts of wax for a variety of custom shades. Our candle dye blocks are packaged in foil bags that prevent color from bleeding through to other surfaces. Usage: