Welcome to this unique dye block system for coloring candles. The exact amount
of dye has been calculated into each block to make each color in the color chart.
You can make several colors and shades with the same block just by varying the volume of wax with a single Dye Block.
This versatile system is easy to use!
Choose the color you would like your candle to look like from the
Dye Block Chart. Follow the
direction / Recommendations under each color patch.
There are 27 Color
Blocks to choose from. The last two blocks, #29 and #30 are additives that prevent
the dyes from fading.
Each of the 27 Dye Blocks produces several colors
or shades by increasing or decreasing the ration of color in the wax. In all, more
that 75 colors can be made with only the 27 Dye Blocks in the
Virtually all the candles
in the marketplace are represented in the color chart.
Endless more unique colors however, can be achieved by mixing parts of one
Dye Block with another Dye Block in wax.
All these Dye Color Blocks are
compatible with each other in wax. They are Pigment Free.
The Dye Blocks work well in all kinds of paraffin or naturally derived waxes.
They may look somewhat different in different kinds of wax.
a darker or dirtier color. Add a small piece of Black Block #27 to your dyed wax.
Want to darken a color and make it look richer in tone add either Brown Block #23
or Brown Block #25.
ALL DYES FADE over a period of time. Light color shades
appear to fade faster than strong dark color shades. Sometimes light colors fade
in only a few hours when they are sitting in the sun.
If you use ultraviolet
light absorber Block #29 or #30 as directed, you will extend the light fastness
of your candles dramatically. Perhaps to several months vs several hours or days.
Want even better light stability? Use 2 or even 3 blocks in 5 lbs of wax.
Color representations in the color chart are meant to be a guideline only.
Viewing the colors on your monitor may be slightly different than when mix them.
Make sure to do a color test before adding your scent to the wax mixture.
Wile every effort is made to make every batch the same they can very. There
is no guarantee that they will match. Check each batch with your own color samples.
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