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IGI 4627 Comfort Blend Paraffin Wax
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IGI's 4627 "Comfort Blend" holds the most fragrance of any wax we carry! A fully refined paraffin wax, IGI 4627 can hold 2 oz. of fragrance per pound (57 g/454 g, or 12%), and has excellent hot and cold throw. This wax is very soft and is packaged in a 23 lb bag. This requires no additional additives - just add color and fragrance.

Looking for some inspiration? IGI 4627 is the perfect wax to use to learn how to make marble candles.

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

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Properties

Wax Type
Paraffin
Form
Very Soft Block
Appearance
Smooth, Opaque
Application
Container / Tealight
Max Fragrance
12% or 2 oz./lb. (57 g/454 g)
Rec. Wick Series
LX
Melt Point
125°F (51.7°C)
Pour Temp
180°F (82.2°C)
Oil Content
0.4%
Prop 65 Warning
No

Instructions

Heat to 185°F (85°C) using a double boiler. Add fragrance or essential oil, remove from heat, and stir for two minutes. Pour at 180°F (82.2°C). Allow candles to cure for five days for optimal fragrance throw.

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5 out of 5 Stars.
Oldschool Fav

This wax is an oldschool fav. That being said, I am in love with mp-117 more. This wax has a unique look as it is very similar to Vaseline in texture. It takes a whopper of a wick though so be prepared to wick up and use hot wicks. I used to use zinc core but I would have to double wick the smallest of containers to accommodate the cool wicks. Yes, it has a lower melt-point and 10% FO load (which should never be needed). The rec. wick through the manufacturer is HTP, though CS recs LX (maybe because they don't stock HTP?). A 3-in-diameter container needs a HUGE LX wick. Without fragrance, I nearly top out with the LX wicks....with only a few sizes left over to compensate for FO and other additives.
After making a few candles, I decided against this wax and am keeping with mp-117 from CS and coconut wax from another supplier because CS doesn't carry it. I will just add pillar wax to this 4627 and create melts or votives...

5 out of 5 Stars.
Great scent throw

Beware it is messy, just be prepared. So far I have used it on 3 batches 3 different scents and it has been great.

4 out of 5 Stars.
Great Hot throw, Can't seem to wick correctly to save my life

Can you please assist me in wicking the 9 oz. Straight jar and an 8oz/12 oz. Aura jar? I've followed all the instructions and using the recommended LX wicks, they will not burn clean. It is either to hot or not hot enough. Soot is insane and makes for a dirty candle.

I was successful wicking my larger jars, however , they still have a lot of soot. Please help! I have an event coming up.

I'm having similar issues with 6006, if you can send me recommendations for the exact same jars listed above.

5 out of 5 Stars.
Great Hot Throw

Okay...yes...this is a mess to work with...BUT the hot throw is awesome. I freaked out because at first the CT seemed non existent...the next day was a WOW. Waited a week to burn and the HT is amazing. I normally wait 2-3 weeks befor I burn any candles I make. I use LX wicks. I have no issues with glass adherence or tunneling. I heat to 185 to 190. I add fragrance at 185 then stir for 2 minutes and pour between 165 and 175. I use CS 3 wick jars primarily because of an open floor plan in my house.

4 out of 5 Stars.
Amazing cold & hot throw

I use an ice cream scoop too to dig out, but I also empty the whole bag into a bucket for storage, sink holes happen, yes, but a heat gun can fix that. I get a lot of good reviews from my customers about the hot & cold throw. I use this wax for jars and tealights, and it lasts a lot longer. The mess and scooping is worth the outcome. The price is a little high, but everything else is too. I am happy with this wax.

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