Stearin — stearic acid

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- Estimated delivery on 31/03/2023

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5,75 €


For poured and moulded candles

This vegetable stearin from RSPO-certified plantations is a fatty acid made from palm.Thanks to its opacifying effect, the resulting colours are more pastel. Due to the acid that burns when the candle is lit, the flame is more luminous. It is perfect for making scented candles, because the fragrance diffuses well.



To create moulded and poured candles: stearin can be used alone or mixed with all other types of wax. It makes the candles harder and considerably increases their length of burning. You can use 10% stearin with all types of wax. Stearin raises the melting point of the candles (useful when creating wax objects, candle jars, etc.).

Other features
Creative use(s) Poured candles in containers
Packaging Powder
Type of wax Additive / Plant-based
Colour of the wax White.
Weight 1 kg / 25 kg / 5 kg
Melting point 62°C
Additives For Waxes
    What is the difference between container wax and moulded candle wax?

    Container candle wax is wax that is poured into containers (glass, metal, etc.) and burns in the container, whereas moulded candle wax is wax that is poured into a mould (silicone, polycarbonate, glass, etc.) and then removed from the mould to be burned.

    Container candle wax will adhere to the walls of the container, whereas moulded candle wax will create a slight shrinkage to allow it to be removed from the mould, and can also be used to make scented fondant.

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