I like the wax a lot. Good scent throw as and pretty easy to use. Its only wax i use currently.
With that being said, I found the wick recommendations by CS pretty for off for me. the size was wrong on multiple jars. Also, the wick type I am simply just not a fan of.
Eco work best with all soy wax, not a blend of only 30% soy. Eco is commonly referred to as wild wicks because their flames are pretty wild and tall frequently. And I see this completely true. Yes, I can use a smaller wick but then I do not get a good melt pool. With all that being said, the WORST problem I had with Eco wicks and this wax is the discoloration. Anyone else have this issue? The burning of Eco wicks with this wax causes ugly yellowish tarnish to the top of my candles. Not noticeable on some coloros, but it is on most of them. Especially noticeable on uncolored candles.The pleasant creamy white turns a horrific gross yellowish on top. I am not sure if they just burn too hot or what, but its definitely not good. Granted, Eco wicks are not the only ones that do this for me on this wax but they are probably the worst. I find the best wicks for this wax are a couple options not even sold by CS unfortunately.
I am just shocked that ECO wicks are what CS recommends for this wax. I am guessing they just chose the best of the ones they sell since the other options they sell do not work very well either. But just think about it.... if ECO is not recommended for Parrafin, and IGI6006 is mostly parrafin.... why would anyone expect these wicks to work well with this wax? Just my opinion. But I did LOTS and LOTS of testing and had SO many wicking issues with this wax but can tell you the Eco was among the worst.
Great wax, but would be really nice if there was a great wick specifically designed for it. I realize with a blended wax like this, that can be difficult but its, afterall, my only real knock on this wax.