Candle making was developed independently in many places throughout history. A close-up image of a candle showing the wick and the various parts of the flame. The earliest known candles were made from whale fat by the Chinese, during the qin Dynasty (221–206 BC). In India, wax from boiling cinnamon was used for temple candles. In parts of Europe, the Middle-East and Africa, where lamp oil made from olives was readily available, candle making remained unknown until the early middle-ages. Candles were primarily made from tallow and beeswax until about 1850, but subsequently have been made from spermaceti, purified animal fats (stearin) and paraffin wax.
|Minimum Order Quantity||25 Kilogram|
|Categories||Cosmetic Raw Materials|
|Pack Type||Plastic Bags|
|Packaging Size (Kilogram)||50 kg|
|Grade Standard||Semi Refined|
|Application||Polishing, Candle Making|
We have been offering a wide range of Semi Refined Paraffin Wax which is known for less oil content and is used for various usages. These ranges are offered at industry leading prices and are used in-
• Rubber Industry
• Paper & Adhesive Industry
• Casting & Textile Industry
• Ink Industry
|Minimum Order Quantity||10 Kilogram|
|Pack Size||1 kg|
|Brand||Pooja Craft & Embroidery|
It burns slower than traditional paraffin or vegetable waxes and has a unique, characteristic, clear look to it. This visual characteristic allows for most of the creative, unique applications that gel wax is used for - everything from Iced Tea candles to aquarium scenes to wire swirls floating in the gel. Because it's clear and thick, you can suspend items in it, which seem to float. Also, since it's clear, it has a unique "glow" to it from the flame.