Candle dye produces different color effects in different waxes. In general, it can be said that it gives a stronger color in paraffin, while in vegetable waxes it gives a more matte color.
It is worth starting with half of the recommended amount and then increasing the dose in order to achieve the desired color effect.
In order to achieve unique colors, the colors can be mixed with each other, this requires practice.
It must be thoroughly mixed with the wax until all the paint particles have melted and the melted wax has a uniform color.
Store in a cool, dry place away from light. The color of the candle dye when dry is not the same as the color mixed in the wax.
Package: 2 grams
1-2 grams/1 kg of wax (for complete coloring)
2-4 grams/1 kg of wax (for surface coloring)
A double layer is recommended for sauce.