Killer Hot Throw Recipe + New Fragrance Oils
In this video we discuss the four elements that will give you a killer hot throw; one that will fill your home with gorgeous scent. The four elements of candle making: jar, wax, fragrance oil, and correct wicking, in perfect synthesis, create a beautiful and powerful hot throw.
We also introduce our new fragrance oil, Mojave, a brilliant fusion of geranium, pomelo, pink pepper, and palo santo. Arid and alluring, this fragrance oil is perfume quality and made with plant-based materials that allow for a sublimely sophisticated, and long-lasting, bouquet.
16/17's Best Scented Candle Recipe
You will need:
One 16 oz Evermore bowl (any color)
Three CDN size 3 wicks
1.6 oz Mojave fragrance oil
Heat wax in a presto pot until the temperature is between 215-220 degrees Fahrenheit. While your wax is melting, (keep an eye on it---presto pots heat quickly!), wick your Evermore bowl using the wick centering tool in The Bowls Wik_Kit. Please clean the Evermore bowl using glass cleaner prior to adhering the wick stickers. Stabilize the wicks using the wick stabilizing top.
Measure 1.6 oz Mojave fragrance oil and set aside.
Weigh 14.4 oz of No. 7 Soy wax into your pouring pitcher. It’s ideal if the temperature of the wax is at, or slightly above, 200 degrees Fahrenheit when you add the fragrance oil. Add the fragrance oil and stir for about 20 seconds. Pour into the Evermore bowl immediately.
Let your candle cure for two weeks. This is VERY important for a mature hot throw.
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