Paraffin is one of the wax products most used for candle making. It is supplied in the form of a white, lentil-shaped lozenge and it melt when heated. The molten wax can be colored by adding wax color pigments. Paraffin is produced as a waste product in petroleum processing and is white in the raw state. It becomes transparent when melted and returns to its crystalline, white-colored original state after cooling.
Candle paraffin is supplied in stable polybags along with detailed instructions for use and handling.
Melting point: 54-56 ° C.