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Product Update: June 2020
IGI 1239 A Paraffin Wax 60 lb Case is changing to a 40 lb case. This change ensures that the cases are not subject to additional handling surcharges from UPS and FedEx for packages weighing 50 lb or more. The 40 lb case will be available by July.

This is an extremely versatile fully refined paraffin wax with a strong scent throw. It works great for pillars, votives, tarts, and cut and carve candles. This hard, translucent wax produces candles with a mottled appearance. To help you get the best results out of IGI's 1239 A paraffin wax, we're sharing our lab notes. Click here to see our results.

* The weight on slabbed wax can vary slightly.

* Cases contain 6 slabs of wax packaged together in a reinforced cardboard box. 60 lb Case Size: 19.25" x 12.5" x 10"

For help choosing the right candle wax for your candles, visit our Wax Guide.

Properties
Wax Type Paraffin
Appearance Translucent, Rustic
Max Fragrance 3% or 0.5oz./lb.
Applications Pillars, Votives, Tarts, and Cut and Carve
Pour Temp 180ºF
Oil Content .29
Melt Point 138ºF
Prop 65 Warning Required No
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(based upon 3 reviews)

Great for cut and carve!

This paraffin wax is amazing for cut and carve. It melts beautifully perfect and holds temperature long enough for carving. Also used with fragrance from CS and the cold/hot throw is really good. If making Pilar molds be aware of topping again since it tends to fall inside and needs re-capping.
It was exactly what I was looking for and so far have not been disappointed. Burn test was great too and melt point temp works just as described. Great value for the price. If you’re looking for good reliable wax that you can find many uses for, THIS IS IT!
Candle science thanks for all the info about all your products! Really useful!

Use a short thick serrated edge paring knife to cut the wax in chunks

Hello,
I used a short thick paring knife. I held it straight up and down and gently "pushed" the knife in a moved it back and forth "horizontally". It worked like a charm and pieces fell off. Give it a try I had what I needed cut off in less than 10 minutes. Hope this helps. I did a test burn and I love this wax!!!

just okay for now

I usually use Golden Wax Melt for my wax tarts, but this time I just wanted to try something different. The paraffin is a very hard wax to use. I ended up using my knife to carve off the amount I needed to test it. Well you do not need very much fragrance to make the melts , that is a plus. The cold and hot throw is good too. The only con is that the fragrance scent is mild after that and eventually disappears. I would give it maybe 8 hours. I am used to my melts' scents lasting a few days. I prefer the Golden.and will stick with it.