EcoSoya PB Pillar Soy Wax - CandleScience
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As of 10/13/2019:

This product is discontinued and no longer available.

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Product Update: July 17, 2019

NGI/EcoSoya informed us that after 20 years in business, they are closing their doors and will permanently discontinue manufacturing all Q-series soy, CB-Advanced, and PB Pillar blend waxes. This wax will no longer be available once stock is depleted. Please watch the video above for more information.


All natural soy wax for pillar and votive candles. PB soy wax is a good option for soy wax melts and soy wax tarts. EcoSoya PB exhibits very good scent throw, vibrant colors, and excellent mold release. Truly the perfect natural wax for smooth and creamy structural candles.

Note: Wax is packaged in pastille form.

45 lb Case Size: 16.5" x 16" x 11.5"

Wholesale Soy Wax Ordering
Check out our wholesale page for more information on ordering Ecosoya PB Pillar Soy Wax in bulk or by the pallet.

Produced from US Grown Soybeans!

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Properties
Wax Type Soy Wax Pastilles
Appearance Smooth, Opaque
Max Fragrance 6% or 1oz./lb.
Applications Pillar / Votive / Tart
Pour temp 140° (+/- 5°)
Melt Point 128°
Prop 65 Warning Required No
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Reviews

Average Rating:

(based upon 11 reviews)

Frosting and Cracking

If you are wanting to make pawless cat candles who look like they have mange within two weeks this might be the wax for you. I make figure candles and so often heads, feet, paws, etc have cracked off. Within two weeks my candles were covered with frosting and white dots. On a positive note, the cold throw is good. Soy wax and hot throw do not go hand and hand so I won't even mention it. If you value your customers consider using something other than this soy wax. These companies need to pull themselves together and make a quality product. Until then we as consumers really need to show them that there is no demand for their low-quality wax.

So Happy

I use this wax for clamshells and for wicked candles. I don’t have a problem with scent throw cold or hot, nor do I have a problem with the scent lasting.
Helpful hint for frosting: Take a heat gun and heat the areas that are frosted. It clears it right off. Don’t hold it right next to it but at least a inch or so away.

Owner

This was the first and only tart wax that I ever used and I used it for years and my wax melts would last forever. But now with the stuff they brought back it’s not the same. My scent throw only last for a few hours and it’s done. It used to last a couple of days.

I make figure candles and have noticed allot of frosting and cracking with this wax.

None

Just did my first 3 X 6 1/2 pillar with PB. Tried duct tape to seal bottom, but oil release got too it and leaked. Then used a sealer and it was OK. I was surprised by the amount of shrinkage by the wick. This will need a second pour to fill the holes. I might try other pillar waxes since this did not work as I planned.

Not the same as the original

This wax is not performing as it used to before it was discontinued over a year ago. I was happy it came back after waiting a year or so. Eco-Soya brought it back, but now it's in pastille form and it's just not the same quality wax as it used to be. My votives used to come out beautiful with one pour, and now require two pours without the same beauty. My pillars have major problems now too. I'm having customer returns that I never had before in 10 years. My testing proves the customers are correct. I think Eco-Soya changed the formula. It is definitely not the original formula. I had to discontinue selling my tall pillar candles altogether as they just take too much time to figure out how to use the wax. I get major sink holes every time even at the lowest possible pouring temperature. A second pour to fill in the holes creates an ugly candle. I am sorry to say that this is a loss to my business, as I have always been able to provide high quality pillars. I will say that it works beautifully in the look of my tarts, but scent throw could be better.

Good Wax for Clamshells

I tried soy wax before and hated it. It had issues like cracking... Etc. But I tried this, and honestly if you do exactly what it says.... Add fragrance at 185°, pour at 140°....you will have no issues. No frosting, no cracking at all. It's really good for soy, and I'm not even a fan of soy to begin with.!

Good performance

Went great for my 6% loaded wax melts shaped like cookies.

Crumbled

I used this blend in tarts and they crumbled in the clamshell containers. I mean they just cracked and fell apart. It doesn't seem to have a very good cold throw, either, even at maximum recommended fragrance usage.

Amazing for wax melts

This wax is AWESOME for my tarts! It holds color beautifully, and without color it is VERY WHITE. It’s also holds up great at craft shows with temperatures of over 100 degrees for days at a time in the shade. ( I use glass jars). The cold and hot throw is AMAZING. Im so glad this wax is back. After just a few days of curing, it can be smelled all over my home.

Owner, TSC Home Decor & Design

I am so glad that this wax is back. I made a batch of puzzle piece wax melts and they came out perfectly. I used scents Cranberry Woods and Cintron and Mandarin.