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CANDLE PIGMENTS

The Candle Pigments on this page are for outside coloring only, use in the core of candles may cause wick clogging. Useful for Cut-n-Carve, and dipped candles. Usage is a matter of personal taste, but 1% to 2% is average. Using at 5% will give rapid color build up with minimal dipping. Resists bleeding, and colors may be blended for other shades. Pigments are suspended in wax.

NOTE: Metallic pigments give a metalflake appearance unless used at high percentages or 100%.

SELECT HERE FOR FLOURESCENT PIGMENT
SELECT HERE FOR DYE FLAKES
SELECT HERE FOR LIQUID DYE
SELECT HERE FOR DYE BLOCKS

PLEASE NOTE: The following products are sold for use in the making of candles and may be hazardous if misused. Do not ingest, and avoid prolonged skin contact. Keep away from children and pets.

CANDLE PIGMENT
COLOR
Amber
Apricot
Avocado
Baby Blue
Baby Pink
Beige
Black
Brown Oxide
Burnt Umber
Colonial Blue
Colonial Green
Cornflower
Dark Blue
Dark Gray
Dark Peach
Deep Burgundy
Dusty Rose
French Ivory
Goldenrod
Grape Juice
Gray Mauve
Hunter Green
Karat Gold (Metallic)
Kelly Green
Light Gray
Light Red
Light Violet
Lime
Lipstick Red
Mauve
Medium Blue
Olive
Orange
Orange Red
Orange Yellow
Orchid
Pale Orange
Pale Peach
Peach
Pink Carnation
Primrose
Pthalo Green
Pumpkin Orange
Royal Blue
Ruby
Silver (Metallic)
Sky Blue
Sunset Orange
Sunshine
Teal
Toast
Turquoise
White
Yellow Green
Titanium Dioxide Powder Used in Cut n Carve to seperate color layers, and / or for white pigment. Typical use is at 1% with 3-6% stearic acid. Formula may be adjusted to suit your preferences.

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