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IGI 6006 Paraffin-Soy Blend Candle Wax
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IGI 6006 Paraffin/Soy Blend Wax is the best of both worlds for container candles and tealights, offering paraffin's strong fragrance throw and easy burning with the appealing look and usability of soy. This blend can hold up to 10% fragrance oil per pound of wax and creates a semi-glossy finished candle. IGI 6006 makes it easy to get smooth tops and glass adhesion. It requires no additional additives to achieve optimal performance—just add color and fragrance.

Packaged in soft slabs, IGI 6006 is easy to cut up and measure for use. The weight on slabbed wax can vary slightly. Cases contain 4 slabs of wax packaged together in a reinforced cardboard box.

Candle Maker's Notes: 

Paraffin waxes tend to have darker soot over soy when burning. If you're experiencing excessive soot, we recommend testing different wick sizes, or double wicking in larger containers (3.3"/8.4 cm diameter or larger).

Helpful Tips

  • Cure for 5 days before burning for maximum hot throw.
  • Use our Wick Guide to help get your testing started.
  • What’s the right wax for your needs? Visit our Wax Guide.

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Wax Type
Paraffin/Soy Blend
Soft Slab
Opaque, Semi-Gloss
Container / Tealight
Max Fragrance
10% or 1.6 oz./lb. (45 g/454 g)
Rec. Wick Series
Melt Point
133°F (56.1°C)
Pour Temp
170°F (76.7°C)
Oil Content
Prop 65 Warning


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 170°F (76.7°C). Allow candles to cure for five days for optimal fragrance throw.

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5 out of 5 Stars.

I started making candles in 2020 with this wax. I've been a fan since. the only issue I had was with wicking. I found that for me, CD wicks work best. Some people will say to try others to see if I still feel the same way, but if its not broken I'm not trying to fix it.

5 out of 5 Stars.
Wick Help

I use cd 12 with the igi 6006. I love the hot throw. But the jars get extremely hot and the soot is horrible. Which wick is the correct wick to use?

5 out of 5 Stars.
User Friendly & Doesn't Disappoint

I love IGI6006. Works well in straight side libbey jars 10oz double wicked if you dont have a medium wood wick or small wood wick with booster. I did a Power burn and short burn 4hrs on point in HTP wicks with this wax & they came out perfect with CS oils. No smoke. No high flame. Enough to fuel the scent to fill the kitchen and into the living room. Would buy again and again, easy to work with and add a little.more soy if you need to. Cure time is 24-48hrs. The longer you cure, the better it smells and a better turnaround time than straight soy where many are allergic to. So glad I switched to this wax at the beginning of this year. My package arrived nicely and customer service was on point with a quick fix for a spillage. No complaints. 💯

5 out of 5 Stars.
Loved it so much I came back to it.

I thought was wanted to try and go a little more natural so I tried a coconut soy wax. For me, it was way too hard and my candles always tunneled, so I came back to this and I really appreciate how much softer it is and so easy to work. The final product always comes out perfect, I rarely get any tunneling.

5 out of 5 Stars.
Best wax I’ve used!

We have switched over to 6006 permanently. We started with. 444. Then 464, but now it’s all 6006. The HT and CT are well beyond what we had from soy. Our customers immediately noticed the difference. They all asked if we were making our candles stronger. Lol. When in actuality we are now using less FO at 8%. The only negative is that it is very sticky but we use gloves when cutting the slabs and it’s totally worth it it in the end. If you are frustrated with soy definitely give 6006 a try. We heat to 190. Add FO and pour at 170. Beautiful every time.

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