No. 1 Coconut Wax Advanced Formula


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FREE SHIPPING ON 45 LB CASES. Our No. 1 coconut wax is the result of years of research and development, consummate testing, and innovation. We have created an advanced container wax blend that embodies the best qualities of the waxes we love and combined them to create this unique and superior formula. The result is a wax with unparalleled performance, exceptional hot and cold throw, a higher melt point of 131 degrees Fahrenheit for easier transport in hot weather, exceptional adhesion, and a shortened cure time of only 5 days. No. 1 is a one-pour premium wax and is only available from Sixteen Seventeen.

No. 1 wax is a proprietary formula comprised of coconut wax, soy wax, RSPO palm wax, and food grade paraffin. This wax is cruelty free, phthalate free, paraben free, vegan, non-carcinogenic, and made in the USA.

No. 1 wax needs slightly larger wicks than our other container wax blends. If currently using our container blends, we recommend to begin testing one to two sizes larger in our CDN wick series. Please see our wicking recommendations for our vessels on each vessel's product page. 

We recommend heating slightly past 200 degrees Fahrenheit, and adding fragrance oil no lower than 200 degrees. These higher temps help the wax and the fragrance oil to bind. You will not burn off your fragrance oil, regardless of flashpoint, (this is a myth). You only need to stir your fragrance oil for about 20 seconds and pour immediately. Recommended pouring temp is around 185 F, although this wax can be poured hotter without issue.

Fragrance Load: No. 1 wax can accommodate a fragrance load up to 12% with most fragrance oils. Please conduct your own testing to ensure candle safety, as each fragrance oil may behave differently.

Melt Point: 126-131 degrees F.

Flash Point: 415 degrees F.

Wax is sold by pallet weight from the manufacturer. Some wax slabs and cases may vary in weight by +/- 5%.

OSHA HAZARD COMMUNICATION STANDARD: This material is not considered hazardous in accordance with OSHA HazCom 2012, 29 CFR 1910.1200.